Paris Conference on Digital Economics
The Innovation & Regulation Chair is inviting to the
13th Paris Conference on Digital Economics
March 31 / April 1, 2022 (Palaiseau, France)
Hosted by the Innovation and Regulation Chair at Ecole Polytechnique and Telecom Paris, this 2-day international conference will gather academic researchers involved in the field of Digital Economics. We welcome theoretical, empirical as well as policy-oriented submissions to discuss recent contributions.
Topics of Interest
Digital Platforms - Media Markets – Advertising – Privacy – E-commerce – Digital Marketing – Regulation and Competition Policy of the Digital Economy – Economics of Big Data, Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence – Intellectual Property Rights – ICT, Productivity and Growth – Innovation and Standards – Internet and Search – Net Neutrality – Networks and Pricing - Telecommunications – Internet and Software Industries.
Greg CRAWFORD (University of Zurich) – Philippe GAGNEPAIN (University Paris 1) – Bruno JULLIEN (Toulouse School of Economics) – Tobias KRETSCHMER (University of Munich) – Eugenio MIRAVETE (University of Texas at Austin) – Martin PEITZ (University of Mannheim) – Yossi SPIEGEL (Tel Aviv University) – Otto TOIVANEN (Aalto University) – Tommaso VALLETTI (Imperial College London)– Frank VERBOVEN (University of Leuven).
Details of the papers can be submitted here.
The deadline for submission of full papers was January 14, 2022.
Registration for non-presenters closed.
Date: March 31/ April 1, 2022
Organizer: The Orange “Innovation and Regulation” Chair is funding the conference (more information here).
Conference venue: Telecom Paris, Institut Mines Télécom, 19, place Marguerite Perey, 91120, Palaiseau, France.
Registration for non-presenters.