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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An assessment of trends in technology use, innovative work practices and employees’attitudes in Europe

Ludivine Martin CEPS/INSTEAD – Luxembourg & CREM-CNRS, Rennes 1 University, Nessrine Omrani, Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair – Ecole  Polytechnique-Paris.

Presentation  at  ICT Conference, Munich, October 2013.

The complementarities between ICT use, New Organizational Practicies and Worker’s Contextual Performance: Evidence from Europe in 2005 and 2010

Adel Ben Youssef, GREDEG-CNRS – Nice Sophia-Antipolis University, Ludivine Martin CEPS/INSTEAD – Luxembourg & CREM-CNRS, Rennes 1 University, Nessrine Omrani, Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair – Ecole  Polytechnique & ADIS Paris Sud University.

Article presented at l’AFSE, June 2013

Behavioral Economics and Regulation Policy

Jun ’12
13
5:00 pm

The last event proposed by the Chair, June 13th, addressed recent developments on behavioral economics: how this research could efficiently be applied to determine regulation policy. Paul Heidhues, Professor, Lufthansa Chair in Competition and Regulation, EMST (European School of Management and Technology) from September 2012, has presented his research. The presentation of Paul Heidhues was structured in two parts: the first one presenting the works he did for regulators or competition authorities in Europe, showing how the inclusion of behavioral biases of individuals can help to implement more effective regulations; the second part, presenting his most recent research.

Does the growth of mobile markets cause the demise of fixed networks? – Evidence from the European Union

Anne-Kathrin Barth & Ulrich Heimesho,  Duesseldorf Institut for Competition Economics (DICE).

Presentation at the conference organized by the Innovation & Regulation Chair, in Paris, September 30 st October 1st, 2011.