[Air-l] Fwd: Call for Summer 2004 Grant Proposals, NET Institute

Dan L Burk burkx006 at umn.edu
Sat Apr 17 17:23:39 PDT 2004

Of interest.  DLB


On 17 Apr 2004, Nicholas Economides wrote:
> Dear Colleague,
> I am writing to announce a call for proposals for summer 2004 grants by
> NET Institute, http://www.NETinst.org .  For a second year, the NET 
> Institute will fund a number of scientific research projects in the areas

> of network industries, including telecommunications, wired and wireless 
> networks, "virtual networks," electronic commerce, and the Internet. 
> Proposed research may be either theoretical or empirical, and may also 
> analyze issues of public policy. The deadline for proposal submissions is

> May 25, 2004. Details on the requirements are at 
> http://www.netinst.org/call_for_proposals_2004.htm .  Please distribute 
> this information to researchers who may be interested to get funding for 
> their research in these subjects.
> The Networks, Electronic Commerce and Telecommunications Institute (NET 
> Institute) is a non-profit institution devoted to research on network 
> industries, telecommunications, the Internet, "virtual networks"
> of computers that share the same technical standard or operating system, 
> electronic commerce, and on network issues in general.  The NET Institute

> functions as a world-wide focal point for research and open exchange and 
> dissemination of ideas in these areas.
> Best regards,
> Prof. Nicholas Economides
> Executive Director, NET Institute
> http://www.NETinst.org/, <mailto:submissions at NETinst.org>, (917)
> and
> Professor of Economics, Stern School of Business, New York University
> Visiting, Stanford University
> http://www.stern.nyu.edu/networks/

Dan L. Burk
Oppenheimer, Wolff & Donnelly Professor
University of Minnesota Law School
229 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455 USA

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