January 7–8, 2021
The organizing committee warmly thanks its partners and participants present at the online conference. We hope to have the pleasure to meeting you again for the next edition in 2022. We invite you to consult the section EVENTS of the site which announces all conferences proposed by TSE.
If you did not have the opportunity to attend the conference, videos of the days will be available soon on Youtube TSE Channel.
Background and objective
The objective of the conference, organized by the TSE Digital Center at the Toulouse School of Economics, with the help of CEPR, is to discuss recent contributions to the understanding of the digital economy and its consequences for modern societies. Keeping the spirit of previous years, the conference will feature contributions in economics, theoretical, econometric, experimental and policy oriented, as well as contributions from other social sciences and computer and data science.
John Vickers (University of Oxford), Ekaterina Zhuravskaya (Paris School of Economics)
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List of communications
Matthew Backus (Columbia University), “Communication and Bargaining Breakdown: An Empirical Analysis”, 14th Digital Economics Conference, Online, January 7, 2021, 14:00–15:00.
Seth G. Benzell (Chapman University, Argyros School of Business and Economics), “How to Govern Facebook: A Structural Model for Taxing and Regulating Big Tech”, 14th Digital Economics Conference, Online, January 7–8, 2021.