Christine Zulehner - Titular Professor of the Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair - Professeure Titulaire de la Chaire Innovation & Régulation des Services Numériques.
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The 9th conference on Economics of Information and Communications Technologies

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The Economics of Information and Communications Technologies

Paris, March 31st-April 1st 2017

The 9th conference on Economics of Information and Communications Technologies, organized by the Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair will take place in Paris, March 31-April 1st, 2017. The programme is now available.

Volker Nocke (UCLA and University of Mannheim) and Frank Verboven (University of Leuven) are invited as keynote speakers.

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Digital Economics Summer Programme

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The Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair supports, from its creation, the Digital Economics Summer Programme.

This 4th edition is organized by Paris-Sud University and will take place July 3rd and 4th 2017, at Maison de la Recherche – Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris (RITM-Univ. Paris-Sud et IRCAV-Univ. Paris 3).

As for the previous editions, contributors are free to submit a paper, and the final coherent programme will be established depending on the proposals received. We encourage Phd students to submit proposals.

The agenda is the following :

- End of January 2017 : submit for potential participation.

- End of February 2017 : title and summary of the proposed contributions.

- End of May 2017 : completed papers to be send  complets pour envoi aux rapporteurs.

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Organizing Committee  : Grazia Cecere, Fabrice Le Guel, Matthieu Manant, Alain Rallet, Fabrice Rochelandet et Nicolas Soulié.

Musique : End of the digital revolution ?

Sep ’16
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The Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair, organized, on September 28th, a conference on the digitization of the music industry.
The recorded music industry in the heart of the development of the economy of music, was one of the first and most affected by the digital revolution. What about this industry more than fifteen years after the first integrated offerings of digital music? Has it passed the peak of the value recomposition? How the new entrants on the distribution segment have managed to build sustainable business models – for themselves and for the industry? Are the value redistributions stabilized?
This conference was dedicated to these questions. Combining economists on cultural industries, digital and innovation on one side, and industry players on the other, it addressed this question of the “end of the digital revolution.”We welcome Hervé Glevarec, Research Director CNRS, Pr Dominique Sagot-Duvaroux, Angers University,  Pr François Moreau, Paris 13 University, Dr Florian Drücke, Bundesverbandes Miskindustrie, Maurice Ronai, Research Director EHESS, CNIL Member, Anthony Belliot, Universal Music, Laurance Le Ny, Orange, Emily Gonneau, Nuägency, MyOpenTickets, Bruno Lion, Managing Director, Peermusic, David El Sayegh, General Secretary, Sacem, Marc Schwartz, Conseiller Maître, Cour des Comptes.

Summary of the conference and presentations will be available soon.

Digital platforms : ecosystems evolutions, strategies and management of firms

Having already spent two conferences on digital platforms, the first of which focused on the economic principles that govern their development, the second on the issue of their regulation, the Innovation  & Regulation in Digital Services Chair is continuing its work on this topic. A third conferencewas organized last June 1st, 2016, focused on the economic activity of the platforms, the ecosystem transformations they generate, and the companies strategies and management to adapt to it.

These issues were discussed by Rémi Maniak, Professor, Ecole Polytechnique, Mounir Mahjoubi, founder of “La Ruche qui dit oui” and President of the Conseil National du Numérique, Yves Weisselberger, founder of Snapcar, Yves Tyrode, Digital Director and Communication at SNCF, and Vivek Badrinath, Deputy CEO, Accor Hotels.

A detailed report (in French) is now available.