Call for Papers: Law and Economics of the Digital Transformation

Author: Notre Dame Law School

The Law School's Program on Law & Market Behavior and the University of Lucerne announces a call for papers for the 9th Law and Economics Conference: Law and Economics of the Digital Transformation. The conference will be held April 8-9, 2022 in Switzerland and will 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.  Topics could include data protection, blockchain technology, smart contracts, copyright, as well as e-government, e-voting, and more.

More information is here.