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Kevin Werbach

Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics

Research Interests: digital convergence, internet policy, gamification, telecommunications regulation, online learning innovations

Links: CV, Personal Website, Kevin Werbach (@kwerb) on Twitter

The future of telecommunications policy in a converged digital broadband world; definitional and ethical aspects of gamification (digital game design techniques in business); implications of massive open online courses (MOOCs) as a new form of learning.

  • Kevin Werbach, Dan Hunter, The Gamification Toolkit (2015).
  • Kevin Werbach (2014), No Dialtone: The End of the Public Switched Telephone Networks, Federal Communications Law Journal, 66, 203.
  • Kevin Werbach, The Development and Diffusion of Digital Content  Description
  • Kevin Werbach (2011), The Wasteland: Anticommons, White Spaces, and the Fallacy of Spectrum, Arizona Law Review, 53 (1).  Abstract
  • Kevin Werbach (2010), Off the Hook, Cornell Law Review, 95, 101.  Abstract
  • Kevin Werbach (2010), Castle in the Air: A Domain Name System for Spectrum, Northwestern University Law Review, Vol. 104, p. 613.  Abstract
  • Kevin Werbach (2009), Higher Standards: Regulation in the Network Age, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, 23, 179.  Abstract
  • Kevin Werbach (2008), The Centripetal Network: How the Internet Holds Itself Together, and the Forces Tearing it Apart, UC Davis Law Review  Abstract
  • Kevin Werbach (2007), Only Connect, Berkeley Tech. L. J., 1234.  Abstract
  • Kevin Werbach (2007), Sensors and Sensibilities, Cardozo Law Review, 2007.  Abstract
  • Kevin Werbach (1761), The Network Utility, Duke Law Journal, 60.  Abstract