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International Conference on the Regulation of the Sharing Economy

  • Fechas:

    Del 20/11/19 al 22/11/19

  • Lugar:

    Universitat de València: Facultat de Dret Av. dels Tarongers, Valencia, España (mapa)

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The International Conference on the Regulation of the Sharing Economy will be held on November 20-22, 2019, at the University of Valencia (Spain).

During these three days, specialists will try to find answers to the many questions that this new reality poses, focusing on the most interesting aspects of the regulation of the sharing economy, such as the provision of services under virtual platforms, collaborative rental economics, big data and data protection, discrimination, multi-sided markets and reputational systems.

Programme

All participants, including speakers of tutorials and papers and students, need to register following the instructions here.

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Programme (pdf)

20
Nov. 2019
 
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    (afternoon)

    SHARING ECONOMY AND EQUALITY: REGULATORY ANSWER

    15:00-15:45. Guido Smorto, Università degli Studi di Palermo: “Regulatory Challenges for the Platform Economy. Protecting Providers and Customers in the European Digital Single Market”

    15.45-16:30. Rossana Ducato and Alain Strowel, Université Catholique de Louvain: Limitations to Text and Data Mining and Consumer Empowerment in Sharing Economy Platforms: Making the Case for a Right to “Machine Legibility”

    16:30-17:00. Break

    17:00-17:45. Naomi Schoenbaum, George Washington University: “Information Regulation, Intimacy, and Equality in the Sharing Economy”

    17:45-18:30. Short conference:

    Riccardo de Caria, Università degli Studi di Torino, IREF Fellow: “Discrimination 2.0: The Delicate Interplay Between the Regulation of the Sharing Economy and Anti-Discrimination Law”
    Concluding discussion

21
Nov. 2019
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    (morning)

    TOWARDS A BETTER EVALUATION OF THE ECONOMIC AND REGULATORY IMPACT OF THE SHARING ECONOMY

    09:00-09:45. Juan Luis Jiménez González, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: “P2P Accommodation: Economic Revision and Regulatory Challenges”

    09.45-10:30. Barbara Engels, Institut der Deutschen Wirtschaft: “Regulatory Challenges for the Sharing Economy – The Case of Germany”

    10:30-11:00. Break

    11:00-12:00. Short conferences:

    Albert Gragera Lladó, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet: “Carsharing programs’ impacts evaluation: a methodological approach”

    Miguel Puchades Navarro, Universitat de València: “Sharing Economy and Regulation in Passenger Transport Industry in Urban Areas”

    12:00-13:00. Workshop:

    The impact of AIRBNB in Madrid (Jorge Luis Casanova, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), Barcelona (Rodrigo Martínez Mazza, Universitat de Barcelona) and València (Alba Soriano Arnanz and Claudia Gimeno Fernández, Universitat de València).
     

    (afternoon)
    THE REGULATION OF PLATFORMS

    15:00-15:45. Ayelet Gordon, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: “Platforms as the Subject of Regulation in the Home Sharing Sector of the Sharing Economy”

    15.45-16:30. Mireia Artigot Golobardes, Universitat Pompeu Fabra: “The European Slow Contracting Approach to the Legal Anatomy of Digital Networks”

    16:30-17:00. Break

    17:00-19.00. Short conferences:
    Friso Bostoen, KU Leuven: “Competition Law in the Peer-to-Peer Economy”

    Oles Andriychuk, University of Strathclyde: “7½ Myths About Net Neutrality. Why the EU Net Neutrality Rules are Harming European Digital Agenda”

    Juan María Martínez Otero, Universitat de València: “Simply, one of the most brilliant papers of the decade. A real MUST read”. A legal analysis of fake reviews on online platforms in the US and EU legislation”

    María Luisa Muñoz Paredes, Universidad de Oviedo: “Sharing economy and insurance”

    Concluding discussion

22
Nov. 2019
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    (morning)
    HOUSING AND TRANSPORT

    09:00-09:45. Janneke Gerards, Universiteit Utrecht: “Fundamental rights in the platform society”

    09.45-10:30. Arto Lanamäki, University of Oulu, and Tauri Tuvikene, Tallinna Ülikool: “What Makes ‘Ridesharing’ Not a Taxi? A Study of Discursive Framing of Ridesharing in the Estonian Parliament”

    10:30-11:00. Break

    11:00-12:15. Short conferences:

    Örn Daníel Jónsson, Háskóli Íslands: “Iceland in a transient world”

    Gabriele Vestri, Universidad de Cádiz: “Personal urban mobility vehicles as an alternative method of citizen displacement. What circulation environment? The Spanish Case”

    Andrea Kruythof Ausina, Universitat de València: “Analysis of the touristic accomodation regulation, a regional and local perspective”

    12:15-13:00. Final conclusions

 

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