January 11–12, 2018
Room Manufacture des tabacs, Building S
The objective of the conference, organized by the Jean-Jacques Laffont Chair on the Digital Economy at the Toulouse School of Economics, 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 theoretical,
econometric, experimental and policy oriented contributions. We welcome submissions from scholars working in law, political science, psychology and sociology as well as economics.
List of communications
Daniel L. Chen (TSE - IAST), “Algorithms as Prosecutors: Lowering Rearrest Rates Without Disparate Impacts and Identifying Defendant Characteristics ‘Noisy’ to Human Decision-Makers”, The 11th Digital Economics Conference, Toulouse, January 11, 2018, room MS 003.
Alexandre Cornière (de) (Toulouse School of Economics), “Social Media and News: Attention Capture via Content Bundling”, The 11th Digital Economics Conference, Toulouse, January 11, 2018, room MS 001.
Dante DONATI (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), “Mobile Internet access and political outcomes: Evidence from South Africa”, The 11th Digital Economics Conference, Toulouse, January 11, 2018, room MS 001.