James Love is the Director of the Consumer Project on Technology (CPTech), a non-government organization with offices in Washington, DC, London and Geneva. Information about CPTech is on the web at http://www.cptech.org.
An advisor to a number of UN agencies, national governments, international and regional intergovernmental organizations and public health NGOs, Mr. Love is US co-chair of the Trans Atlantic Consumer Dialogue (TACD) Working Group on Intellectual Property, founder and Chairman of Essential Inventions, Chairman of the Union for the Public Domain, Chairman of the Civil Society Coalition, and members of the MSF working groups on Intellectual Property and Research and Development, the Adelphi Charter on Creativity, Innovation and Intellectual Property and the Initative for Policy Dialogue (IPD) Task Force on Intellectual Property.
Mr. Love was previously Senior Economist for the Frank Russell Company, a Lecturer at Rutgers University, and a researcher on international finance at Princeton University. Mr. Love received a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, and a Masters in Public Affairs from the Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
http://www.cptech.org/jamie/articles.html gives a list some recent articles, reports and chapters.