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Thesis defence

Regulating innovation in the digital age: towards a demand-conscious regulatory paradigm

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When

16 June 2022

8:00 - 10:00 CEST

Where

ONLINE

ZOOM

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Department of Law

PhD thesis defence by Nikita Divissenko.

This thesis contributes to the debate over the role, impact, and limitations of regulation as a tool for shaping innovative markets. This contribution delineates the issues that arise at the intersection of innovation that takes place in the markets and regulatory intervention in such markets prompted by the dual objective of removing existing inefficiencies in the functioning of the markets, and of facilitating further innovation.

The specific foci of the thesis are the concerns arising from the demand-side of the market, notably consumer choice and decision-making. This emphasis on the demand-side is prompted by the changing role of consumers within the process of innovation in the realm of digital and data-driven economy, the regulatory implications of which are currently underexplored in the legal scholarship.

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Contact(s):

Valeria Raso

Examiner(s):

Prof. Peter Drahos (EUI - Law Department)

Elisabeth Noble (European Banking Authority)

Cristie Ford (University of British Columbia)

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