John L. Turner
Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator
Department of Economics
Terry College of Business
University of Georgia
Economics, University of Virginia
Curriculum Vitae (December 1, 2014)
My Google Scholar Page
UGA Economics Department
Industrial organization, intellectual property, law and economics, mechanism design, time series analysis.
"Local to Unity, Long-Horizon Forecasting Thresholds for Model Selection in the AR(1),"
Journal of Forecasting
23, November 2004, pp. 513-539.
"How (Not) to Raise Money" (with
Journal of Political Economy
113, August 2005, pp. 897-918.
(formerly "All-Pay-All Auctions").
"The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit's Impact on Patent Litigation"
Journal of Legal Studies
35, January 2006, pp. 85-117.
"James Watt as Intellectual Monopolist: Comment on Boldrin and Levine" (with
International Economic Review
47, November 2006, pp. 1341-48.
"Efficient Dissolution of Partnerships and the Structure of Control"
Games and Economic Behavior
60, July 2007, pp. 187-99.
"Trade Liberalization, Outsourcing and the Hold-Up Problem"
Journal of International Economics
74, January 2008, pp. 225-41.
"The Economics of a Centralized Judiciary: Uniformity, Forum Shopping and the Federal Circuit"
Journal of Law and Economics
52, August 2009, pp. 411-43.
"Watt Again? Boldrin and Levine Still Exaggerate the Adverse Effect of Patents on the Progress of Steam Power"
Review of Law and Economics
5 : Iss. 3, Article 7, December 2009, 13 pages.
"Patent Damages and Spatial Competition"
Journal of Industrial Economics
58, June 2010, pp. 279-305
"Strong Steam, Weak Patents, or, the Myth of Watt's Innovation-Blocking Monopoly, Exploded"
Journal of Law and Economics,
November 2011, pp. 841-61.
"Protection and International Sourcing"
(with Emanuel Ornelas),
122, March 2012, pp. 26-63.
"Dissolving (In)effective Partnerships,"
Social Choice and Welfare
41, July 2013, pp. 321-35.
"Do Three-Part Tariffs Improve Efficiency in Residential Broadband Networks?"
(with Jacob Malone and Jon Williams),
38, December 2014, 1035-45.
"Unbundling Ownership and Control
Journal of Economics and Management Strategy
24, Spring 2015, 1-21.
(formerly "Ownership Structure and the Market for Corporate Control").
There are also some working paper versions on
my SSRN page
my RePEc page.
Working Papers Under Review:
"Patent Thickets, Trolls and Unproductive Entrepreneurship,"
under 3rd review,
International Economic Review
"Trends in Private Patent Costs and Rents for Publicly-Traded United States Firms"
(with James Bessen, Peter Neuhausler and Jon Williams)
(formerly "The Costs and Benefits of United States Patents").
"Across Five Eras: Patent Enforcement in the United States 1929-2006"
(with Matthew Henry).
"Off-Label Use of Pharmaceuticals: Trends and Drivers"
(with David Bradford and Jon Williams).
"Usage-Based Pricing and Demand for Residential Broadband"
(with Aviv Nevo and Jon Williams), under 2nd review,
"The Value of Entry and Deterrence in the US Pharmaceutical Industry"
(with Ruben Jacobo-Rubio and Jon Williams).
Other Completed Working Papers:
Patent Royalties When Imitation is Costly"
(with Fernando Leiva), 2012.
"Patent Litigation and the Geography of Knowledge Flows"
(with Thomas P. McGahee), 2010.
"Switching Costs and the Timing of Merger-Induced Price Increases,"
"In Defense of the Patent Friendly Court Hypothesis: Theory and Evidence,"
"All-Pay-All Auctions" (with Jacob Goeree), 2002.
"Bayh-Dole to Festo: The New Economics of Patent Law," 2002.
"A Comprehensive Data Set of Published US Patent Litigation Decisions: 1929-2006,"
National Science Foundation SES-0751661
"Evidence on Knowledge Diffusion from Litigated Patents"
Kauffman Foundation, "A Roadmap for an Entrepreneurial Economy"
"The Performance of the United States Patent System,"
The Coalition for Patent Fairness
"Collaborative Research: An Empirical Study of Broadband Internet Service" (with Aviv Nevo and Jonathan Williams),
National Science Foundation SES-1324717
Economics Graduate Program
Useful information for PhD students
RA/TA Assignments Spring 2015
Protocol for Graduate Student Travel Expense Reimbursement
- Principles of Microeconomics (Honors).
Econ 4010 - Intermediate Microeconomics.
Econ 4650 / 6650
- The Economics of Organization and Management.
- Competitive Strategy (MBA)
Econ 8020 - Microeconomic Theory II (PhD)
Econ 8210 / 8220
- Industrial Organization (Ph.D).
The UGA Patent Litigation Datafile
Brooks Hall, Fifth Floor
Athens, GA 30602-6254
Electronic Mail: jlturner at uga.edu
"Life without the courage for death is slavery. "
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