7th ICT Conference Paris on
The Economics of Information and Communications Technologies
Call for papers
Paris, January 24-25, 2014
Hosted by the Innovation & Regulation Chair at Telecom ParisTech, this 2-day international conference will gather in Paris academic researchers involved in the field of the economics of Information & Communication Technologies. Theoretical, empirical as well as policy-oriented articles will be presented.
- Avi Goldfarb (University of Toronto)
- Yossi Spiegel (University of Tel Aviv
Topics of Interest
Telecommunications – Internet and Software Industries – Regulation and Competition Policy of ICT – Intellectual Property Rights and Privacy – ICT, Productivity and Growth – Innovation and Standards – Net Neutrality – Two-Sided Markets – Digital and Media Markets – Advertising – Privacy – E-commerce – ICT and Marketing – Networks and Pricing.
Marc BOURREAU (TELECOM ParisTech) – Philippe GAGNEPAIN (University Paris 1) – Lukasz GRZYBOWSKI (TELECOM ParisTech) – Tobias KRETSCHMER (University of Munich) – Eugenio MIRAVETE (University of Texas at Austin), Martin PEITZ (University of Mannheim) – Patrick REY (TSE), Otto Toivanen (KU Leuven) – Tommaso VALLETTI (Imperial College London) – Frank VERBOVEN Innovation & Regulation Chair) – Patrick WAELBROECK (TELECOM ParisTech).
The deadline for submission of full papers is October 11, 2013. Articles should be submitted in PDF format to email@example.com. Notifications for acceptance will be sent out early November 2013.
No conference fee will be charged. The Orange “Innovation and Regulation” Chair (http://innovation-regulation.telecom-paristech.fr) will cover travel and accommodation expenses of conference participants who present or discuss an accepted article.
Conference venue: Telecom ParisTech, Paris.
Further Information & Contact
Organizing committee: Marc BOURREAU – Lukasz GRZYBOWSKI – Frank VERBOVEN
The Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair, organized, last June 6th a full day conference on “Radio stations at the digital age: stability, evolution or new age ?“. Academics and professionals, welcomed by Philippe Chantepie and Sylvain Lafrance, debated on all the impacts of digitization on the ecosystem of the radio stations. Programme of the conference.
Some of the presentations are available and a complete summary will be available very soon here.
Philippe Baumard (Professor, Aix-Marseille University and Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair) invites you to participe at the conference organised with Lomonosov Moscow State University on “Cyber-security and cyber-peacekeeping – French and Russian perspectives”
A.A.Streltsov, deputy director, Institute of Information Security Issues, Lomonosov Moscow State University, P.L.Pilugin, Director, Russian Institute Center of Internet monitoring, Frédérick Douzet, Chaire Castex IHEDN, Andrey Kulpin, IISI, LMSU, Eric Freyssinet, Head of the judiciary pole of Gendarmerie Nationale, et F.B Huygue, IRIS, will present views on cyber-security and cuber-defense.
See the programme.
This conference will be held in Paris, atEcole Militaire – 1 Place Joffre, 75007, from 17h to 19h.
Please, request invitation at : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Innovation and Regulation in Digital Services Chair organize, next June 6th, a conference on the “Radio at the digital era, stability, transformation or new age“.
Philippe Chantepie, (ministry of Culture and Communication et associate researcher with the Chair) and Sylvain Lafrance, (HEC Montreal and former Vice-President at Radio Canada), welcome academics et professionals to debate on mutations and permanence of radio in the digital environment as well as economic and social models of the media industry. This conference will be also an opportunity to look at the situation in various countries. We will welcome in particular and besides Sylvain Lafrance, Fréderic Antoine (UCL Louvain), Francis Goffin (RTBF), Ala-Fossi Marko (Tempere University), Pierre Bellanger (CEO, Skyrock), Laurence Franceschini, (Directrice générale des médias et des industries culturelles), etc.
See the programme
This conference will take place at Télécom ParisTech, 46 rue Barrault, 75013 Paris, from 9 am to 17 pm.
Registration is free but mandatory at : email@example.com