From 19-21 May, the online TILTing conference will take place featuring 6 conference tracks: Competition & Market Regulation, Intellectual Property, Energy & Climate Crisis, Data Governance, Human Rights & Artificial Intelligence, and an open track on Regulating in Times of Crisis.
More information about the program, the different tracks and registration (free of charge) is available here: https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/research/institutes-and-research-groups/tilt/events/tilting-perspectives
You are welcome to join any session of interest.
The Competition & Market Regulation track features 8 sessions spread over the 3 conference days with paper presentations on topics ranging from the Digital Markets Act, to data sharing, platform liability, competition in the health sector, sustainability and digital ecosystems.
Other highlights of the track include:
– Keynote speech by Anu Bradford (Columbia) on The Future of Liberal Democracy in the Era of Surveillance Capitalism and Digital Authoritarianism – Wednesday 19 May 15.30h CEST
– Panel discussion on Regulating Digital Platforms with Anu Bradford (Columbia), Catherine Batchelor (director of the Digital Markets Unit at the UK Competition & Markets Authority), Nataliia Bielova (Inria Sophia Antipolis) and Inge Graef (Tilburg). Moderator is Filippo Lancieri (Chicago) – Wednesday 19 May 16.30h CEST
– Workshop on Remedies for Digital Markets organized by Michal Gal (Haifa) and Nicolas Petit (EUI) – Friday 21 May 13.30h CEST
Speakers: Seth Benzel (MIT), Francesco Ducci (EUI), Alex Ruiz Feases (Tilburg), Michal Gal (Haifa), Inge Graef (Tilburg), John Kwoka (Northeastern), Filippo Lancieri (Chicago), Mark Lemley (Stanford), Nicolas Petit (EUI), Georgios Petropolous (MIT), Thibault Schrepel (Utrecht, Stanford)