On 1 and 2 June 2023, the “Digital Technologies, Public Policy, and Competition Law” conference will be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in the framework of the Law Sector Plan Rebalancing Public and Private Interests (Erasmus University Rotterdam) and the Law Sector Plan Digital Legal Studies (Tilburg University). The aim of the conference is to discuss if and how should competition law adapt to technological developments and societal disruptions posed by digital technologies. Junior and senior competition (law) scholars are invited to present their contributions on whether and how can EU competition law tackle the growing power of digital technologies in relation to various public policy objectives, while balancing public and private interests accordingly.
The deadline to submit your extended abstracts is 27 February 2023. For more information, please see the call for papers here. If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to reach out to the conference organisers Dr María Campo Comba (Assistant Professor at Erasmus School
of Law; email@example.com) and Tjaša Petročnik (PhD Candidate at Tilburg Law School; t.petrocnik@tilburguniversity.