Join the online symposium with Prof. Annabelle Gawer, Prof. Shane Greenstein and Prof. Herbert Hovenkamp co-hosted by our own research group "Digital Economy, Internet Ecosystem, and Internet Policy".
The rise of big tech companies has sparked a firestorm of debate and scrutiny, with policymakers worldwide grappling with reining in big tech companies and installing new regulatory guardrails for the digital economy. Regulators in the EU and the U.S. have taken steps to mitigate the (potential or anticipated) harm to competition and innovation posed by these companies by imposing large fines and implementing new regulations. In this context, it becomes highly important to connect insights and debates from law, economics and management to evaluate the impact of big tech companies on competition and their effects on innovation.
This is an exciting opportunity for researchers, academics, and professionals to come together and discuss some of the most pressing issues surrounding big tech and its impact on innovation and competition in the digital economy – register today via this link: https://plamadiso.weizenbaum-institut.de/symposium-on-innovation-and-competition-in-the-digital-economy/
During the first panel of our Symposium on Innovation and Competition in the Digital Economy on 2nd February 2023, 4.00pm to 6.00pm (CET), which is jointly organized and moderated by Prof. Johannes M. Bauer (Director of the Quello Center at Michigan State University) and our own Dr. Volker Stocker (research group "Digital Economy, Internet Ecosystem, and Internet Policy"), three outstanding scholars will engage in a discussion on these topical issues. The panel will present opening positions, engage in a moderated discussion, and conclude with a Q&A session with the audience.
Our speakers will bring together multiple disciplinary and regional perspectives:
The event will take place online on 2nd February 2023, 4.00pm to 6.00pm (CET), register now!
Thursday, 2. February 2023
16:00 - 18:00 Uhr
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