The Network for Artificial Intelligence and Law (NAIL) invites you to its next event.
NAIL is delighted to welcome Dr Lukasz Kubicki, Head of Supervisory Technology at the European Central Bank, to talk about the potential of artificial intelligence in banking supervision. The event will be held in English.
The in-person event will take place at the Institute of Law & Economics, Room 110, Johnsallee 35, Hamburg. No need to register – all welcome!
Alternatively, you may want to follow the event online. Please register for online participation at https://uni-hamburg.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5wucOugrz4vE9R_Uga5HC33oqXpwT7M0UGO.
We cordially invite you to a workshop on the economics of constitutional compliance on January 20, 2023, 14.00 – 20.00 CET.
Over the last couple of years, a team from the University of Warsaw and the Institute of Law & Economics at the University of Hamburg has analyzed the determinants of constitutional compliance. We have looked into factors of
– constitutional design (such as the comprehensibility of constitutions),
– environmental factors (such as important cultural traits),
– the traits of the main actors, but also
– the relevance of particular events (such as the Covid pandemic).
Besides summarizing the main results of this research project, this workshop serves to discuss next steps: what are the most pressing questions that wait to be answered?
Confirmed contributors include Pete Boettke, Tom Ginsburg, Peter Graijzl, Jarek Kantorowicz, Rok Spruk, Georg Vanberg, and Barry Weingast.
Interested in participating? To receive a link, pls register here: https://lnkd.in/eduN7jAz
Event of the Hamburg Network for Artificial Intelligence and Law (NAIL) on Monday 12 December 2022 at 6:00 pm, Universität Hamburg, Johnsallee 35, Room 110
“Bridging Tech and Policy Innovation: A Policy Experiment on the AI Act”
With: Antonella Zarra, AI Policy Program Manager, Meta
The Network for Artificial Intelligence and Law (NAIL) invites you to its next event. We are delighted to welcome Antonella Zarra, AI Policy Program Manager with Meta, to discuss Meta’s OpenLoop project, an initiative to improve the quality of regulation for technological issues. The event will be held in English.
The in-person event will take place at the Institute of Law & Economics, Room 110, Johnsallee 35, Hamburg. Please register for the event at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/bridging-tech-and-policy-innovation-a-policy-experiment-on-the-ai-act-tickets-468499262907
Alternatively, you may want to follow the event online. Please register for online participation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 18th Annual STOREP Conference will be held online on June 17-18, 2021, (virtually) hosted by the Università dell’Insubria, Dipartimento di Economia, Varese. The title of the Conference is “Law and Economics: History, Institutions, Public Policies”.
The 2021 STOREP Annual Conference invites contributions exploring the different dimensions of law and economics: its history, from the seminal contributions of Aaron Director, Ronald Coase, Guido Calabresi, Richard Posner and Gary Becker to more recent developments; the history of antitrust and corporate law; the analysis of the interplay between government, other legal institutions, and markets; comparative institutional analysis and comparative political economy; the effects of law-and-economics research in shaping economic policies, new legislation, or court decisions; the legal coding of economic categories; the effects of legal definitions on economic development, inequality and other major economic phenomena.
Crucial dates and info:
The Conference will take place online.
University of Kentucky Rosenberg College of Law will host An Online Conference on Markets as Wealth Distributors, and the Implications for Tech Policy, online on February 18-19, 2021.
The price of the marginal unit of production determines whether a market is efficient. But the price of all the other units—the inframarginal units—determines who enjoys the wealth created by the market. A surge in scholarship on monopoly power, antitrust, and economic rents suggests that concerns about inequality are driving an inframarginal revolution in law and economics today, in which scholars are asking not just whether rules are efficient but also who they enrich.
At the same time, advances in Internet technology have given sellers greater capacity to redistribute wealth from buyers to themselves, by allowing sellers to use consumer data to target advertising, charge dynamic or personalized prices, and pursue other data-driven marketing practices. And the profitability of these technologies has drained resources from legacy institutions, particularly newspapers, that play an important role in democratic life.
Crucial dates and info:
The Conference will take place online.
The Asian Law and Economics Association will hist the 16th Asian Law and Economics Association (AsLEA) Online Conference 2020 on December 12-13, 2020.
The conference will be held entirely online on the Zoom platform.
Registration link: https://aslea2020.mmu.edu.my
Detailed conference program below.
AsLEA 2020 Conference Schedule
Global Policy Insights (GPI), International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation are launching an international online fellowship called the Global Policy, Diplomacy and Sustainability (GPODS) Fellowship. GPODS is a program for public policy practitioners, sustainability experts, business professionals, energy experts, entrepreneurs, academicians, scholars and strategic analysts to act as a launchpad for their careers.
- It seeks to train and create a consortium of highly skilled young professionals over a period of three months from across the world who are at the inflection point of their careers.
- Organizers have been lucky to have had confirmations from all around the globe including from eminent Chief Justices, Defence Strategists, Former Ministers, Asst. Secretary General of the UN and many more, who would not only be delivering lectures but also mentoring the fellows, through ‘interactive office hours’ and networking events.
The Dept. of Economics of the University of Bologna welcomes applications for its Ph.D. programme.
One funded position is reserved to the Law and Economics curriculum (EDLE).
Topic (very broadly defined): Law and economics of climate change.
The deadline for application is 21 May 2020.
Please find more information at http://phd.unibo.it/economics/