The digital revolution is gradually changing our daily life, as well as, the economy. The Digital Economy Summer School will deal with some of the challenges that regulators and policy makers face due to this technological revolution. The program targets advanced undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and practitioners that want to understand how the so-called new economy works.
The courses will be taught by leading experts in different areas of digital economy and we will emphasize practical applications and discussion of policy relevant problems.
Course list for 2020
Week 3 (July 13-17, 2020)
- Economics of Artificial Intelligence
Instructor: Giacomo Calzolari (European University Institute)
- Advanced Topics in Platform Competition
Instructor: Martin Peitz (University of Mannheim)
Note: applicants can combine these courses with courses in other programs happening during Week 1 (June 29 - July 3) and Week 2 (July 6-10).