Call for Papers
9th Law and Economics Conference:
Law and Economics of the Digital Transformation
University of Lucerne
April 8-9, 2022
G. Marcus Cole, The Joseph A. Matson Dean and Professor of Law, Notre Dame Law School
Niva Elkin-Koren, Professor of Law, Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law, and Faculty Associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University
Conference: Law and Economics of the Digital Transformation
Digitization is the process of changing data from analogue to digital form. Digitalization refers to enabling or improving processes by using digital technologies and digitized data. Digital transformation, finally, is the transformation of the economy and society by Digitalization.
The aim of this conference is to analyze from a law and economics perspective – both theoretically and on the basis of concrete applications – some of the issues the digital transformation raises across the law. The contributions will be published in an edited volume.
Call for Papers Information
Relevant topics include data protection, blockchain technology, smart contracts, copyright, as well as e-government, e-voting, and much more, since ultimately, just about every area of law is affected by the ongoing digital transformation, from private law to public law to criminal law.
Proposal submissions are due by September 15, 2021. More information about the Call for Papers and how to submit a proposal can be found here.
The Law and Economics Conference is organized by Prof. Dr. Klaus Mathis, University of Lucerne, in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Avishalom Tor, Notre Dame Law School and the Program on Law and Market Behavior.