Ecole d’Eté d’Economie numérique (3EN)

L'école d'été tient sa 3e édition à Nice les 30 et 31 mai 2016.
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Ecole d’été d’Economie numérique (3EN)


L'école tiendra sa 3e édition à l’ISEM (Université Nice Sophia Antipolis – GREDEG) les 30 et 31 mai 2016.

Le programme est à télécharger ici.

Organisateurs : Amel Attour, Marc Bourreau, Nicolas Curien, Thierry Pénard, Dominique Torre.


Session 1. Digital platforms and competition

Farajallah PENARD “What Drives Pricing Behavior in Peer-to-Peer Markets? Evidence from the Car-Sharing Platform BlaBlaCar”

BOURREAU CAILLAUD ET AL  “Taxation of a Monopolist Digital Platform”

GAUDIN WHITE  “On the Antitrust economics of the electronic books industry”

 

Session 2. Digital networks

BEN YOUSSEF  “Does Internet Speed Matters?”

 

Session 3. Crowdfunding 1

 

Session 4. Mobile payment

BALGOBIN BOUNIE ET AL “Payment instruments, financial privacy and online purchase”

Mamourou Siddiki KONATE et Dominique TORRE, “Mobile Payment, Microfinance, and the optimal level of expansion of the Informal Sector in developing countries”

 

Session 5.  Network, investment and entry

Jean Marc ZOGHEIB “Merger control and entry incentives: the case of cross-border mergers”

 

Session 6. Privacy concerns                          

CECERE LEGUEL MANANT “Giving up your privacy for free services: are you comfortable with it?”

 

Session 7. Consumers’ behaviour

DUTCH BROWN et al “The impact of online sales on consumers and firms- Evidence from household appliances”

Adnane KENDEL, Nathalie LAZARIC, Kevin MARECHAL,  Learning by looking in energy field: Results from a consumer field in Southern France”

 

Session 8. Crowdfunding 2

Jordana VIOTTO “Beyond financing: crowdfunding as an informational mechanism”

CECERE MAHE ROCHELANDET Cutting the cord? An empirical examination for information sources in crowdfunding”

Jonathan SITRUK “Categorization and success of crowdfunding projects”

Table ronde « Internet des Objets : évolution ou révolution ? »

Thierry NAGELLEN, Orange Labs

                                                                                                                                    

Session 9.  Patents, competition and contacts

BOURREAU FERRAZ MENIERE “Licensing Standard Essential Patents with Costly Enforcement”

Arrah-Marie JO “L'intensité de la concurrence et la cybersécurité“

Ambre NICOLLE “Cognitive limitations or risk aversion? Tariff choice and consumption of cellular data”

 

Session 10. Digital innovation, big data and capabilities

Samy Guesmi « Trajectoires d’adoption et d’appropriation du web 2.0 dans les systèmes d’information organisationnels »

Rémy GUICHARDAZ “Music Industry intermediation in the digital era, the resilience of the music

majors oligopoly: the role of transactional capabilities in a dynamic model”

 

Session 11. ICT, innovation and business models