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The digital economy: regulatory, contractual and competition aspects

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  • Robles Martín-Laborda, Antonio. Director
  • Perales Viscasillas, María del Pilar. Director
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    • Editorial: Tirant Lo Blanch
    • ISBN: 978-84-1355-928-5
    • Páginas: 400
    • Plaza de edición: Valencia , España
    • Encuadernación: Rústica
    • Idiomas: Inglés
    • Fecha de la edición: 2021
    • Edición: 1ª ed.

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    Resumen del libro

    14 and 15 November 2019, an International Congress entitled "The Digital Economy: Regulatory, Contractual and Competition Aspects" was held at the University Carlos III of Madrid gathering different experts from around the world to analyze the legal challenges posed by digital platforms. 
    This book brings together the contributions then presented by academics, members of regulatory agencies and representatives of the private sector, around four major themes: 
    The challenges of digitalization for competition policy 
    Digitalization and the new challenges in contract law  
    The impact of digitalization on financial markets 
    The impact of digitalization on energy markets.


    Introductory Note       

    Section I. The challenges of digitisation for competition policy


    Antonio Robles Martín-Laborda

    Optimising public enforcement in the Digital Single Market through cross-institutional collaboration. Agustín Reyna

    Platforms, Privacy and Antitrust: Analysing the Australian Digital Platforms Inquiry. Rob Nicholls

    (Not so) New Sources of Market Power in the Digital Economy. Juan Delgado

    Keeping European enforcement ahead: the learning curve of the European Commission in enforcing competition rules in the digital environment. Álvaro García Delgado

    Section II. Digitalization and the new challenges in contract law

    Smart Contracts & Blockchain: Crossroad between Technology and Law. Agustín Madrid Parra

    Section III. The Impact of digitalization of financial markets

    Presentation. David Ramos Muñoz

    Data Portability: Initial Reflections on an Ex Ante Approach. Simonetta Vezzoso

    Digitalisation of payment services. Fernando Zunzunegui

    Systematic and conceptual framework for crowdfunding regulation. Fernando Zunzunegui

    Section IV. The impact of digitalization on energy markets

    Presentation. Pilar Perales Viscasillas

    Digitalization and the electricity markets: ‘Six Building blocks to understand why’ and its implications to contracts and contract law. Lucila de Almeida

    Liberalization process, regulation of network facilities and their impact on energy contracts. With particular reference to the recent European Union normative framework. J. Miguel Aguado Palanco

    Regulatory challenges of new energy technologies. Íñigo del Guayo Castiella

    Is EU Competition Law a Hindrance for Aggregated Demand Response? Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui


    Data-driven procurement governance: two well-known elephant tales. Albert Sánchez-Graells

    The principle of coherence of personal data protection rules in the market: a competitive resource in the EU digital economy. Javier Antonio Tobar Rodríguez

    Challenges of European Union Competition Law in Digital Platforms. Mónica Lastiri Santiago

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