Paris Seminar on the Economics of Digitization

A joint initiative of Institut Mines Télécom - Business School, Telecom Paris, and the University of Paris-Saclay

Presentations take place Thursdays 2:00pm Paris time. Online events are distributed by our friends from LED (subscribe here), Parisian researchers may subscribe here.
You can import the schedule as Google Calendar here and the ICS File here. Follow us on Twitter: @DigEconParis.

Calendar - Fall-Winter 2020


  • September 17th: Reinhold Kesler (U. Zurich): Big tech acquisitions in the Google Play Store [TP/online]

  • September 24th: Germain Gaudin (U. Freiburg): Quality and Imperfect Competition [TP/online]

  • October 8th: Alexandre de Cornière (TSE): Data and Competition [TP/online]

  • October 15th: Michelangelo Rossi (Telecom Paris): How Does Competition Affect Reputation Concerns? Theory and Evidence from Airbnb [Internal, Hybrid TP/Online]

  • October 22nd: Daniel Ershov (TSE): Algorithmic Pricing and Competition: Empirical Evidence from the German Retail Gasoline Market [TP/Online]

  • November 5th: Dominik Gutt (RSM): The Rise of Robo-Reviews - The Effects of Chatbot-Mediated Review Elicitation on Online Reviews [TP/Online]

  • November 19th: Wilfried Sand-Zantman (ESSEC Business School): Ownership of data [TP/Online]

  • November 26th: Sylvain Dejean (U. La Rochelle): Ideological Isolation in News Consumption: Evidence From France [IMT/Online]

  • December 3rd: Heiko Karle (Frankfurt School of Finance and Management): Excessive Targeting [TP/online]

  • December 10th: Marianne Verdier (Université Paris 2 - Panthéon-Assas): Bank-Platform Competition in the Credit Market [TP/online]

  • December 17th, 1pm: Xavier Lambin (Grenoble Ecole de Management): Artificial Intelligence: Can Seemingly Collusive Outcomes Be Avoided? [IMT/Online]

  • February 11th: Igor Letina (University of Bern): Killer Acquisitions and Beyond: Policy Effects on Innovation Strategies (joint with A. Schmutzler and R. Seibel) [IMT and Saclay/Online]

  • February 25th: Julien Monardo (Telecom Paris): The Flexible Inverse Logit Model [Telecom Paris/Online]

  • March 18th: Michail Batikas (Rennes School of Business): European Privacy Law and Global Markets for Data (joint with S. Bechtold, T. Kretschmer and C. Peukert ) [IMT Business School/Online]