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Grounds for Science: Evolving Markets: Developing Fuel Cells and Analyzing Counterfeits

Diversifying the Energy Landscape with Hydrogen Technology

Everyone is talking about energy, renewable and nonrenewable. But another key player in the energy landscape is hydrogen - a gas that can utilize different energy sources for various applications. Julie will be talking about the technology (fuel cells and electrolyzers) and how they play a role in the energy landscape.

Speaker: Julie Fornaciari, UC Berkeley

The Economics of Counterfeits

Counterfeits - they’re luxury handbags and watches. Increasingly, particularly in lower-income countries, they’re also over-the-counter drugs, cell phones, maize seeds, tubes of toothpaste, bags of sugar, and almost any sort of consumer product you can imagine. What sort of dysfunction can appear in the market when sellers can cheat buyers, and some people know more than others? In this talk Eric will discuss trade in counterfeits through the lens of information economics.

Speaker: Eric Hsu, UC Berkeley

Friday, 03/22/19

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Free

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