This call for papers concerns the first ordinary issue to be published in June 2022 and is devoted to
"The growing power of transnational digital platforms: rethinking regulatory strategies (beyond competition law)".
The Call aims at gathering contributions that address the role of transnational digital platforms in the global economy
and discuss regulatory strategies aimed to counter their growing power and its implications for the digital society.
- Deadline: January 07, 2022
Organizers: Prof. Giovanni Tuzet and Prof. Diego M. Papayannis
We invite papers on topics related to the economic analysis of evidence law and evidentiary reasoning. We accept both positive and normative approaches to evidentiary issues, provided the paper shows their relevance to economic analysis. The organizers of the Workshop will select 4 papers based on their academic quality, originality and fitness with the proposed methodological approaches.
Papers shall include in the first page an abstract (250 words) and a minimum of 4 keywords. We encourage papers not longer than 10,000 words (including footnotes).
Acceptance will be notified no later than March 15, 2022.
The organization does not cover registration fees or any other expenses, such as traveling or accommodation.
For this Special Issue, edited by Giuseppe Bellantuono (University of Trento, Italy), we seek contributions which assess research blending the comparative approach with Law and Economics and suggest future research paths.