La cinquième édition de l’Ecole d’été d’économie numérique a eu lieu les 28 & 29 juin 2018 à la Faculté d’Economie, Site Richter (Univ. de Montpellier).

Le programme: ici

Keynote by Paul Belleflamme (Aix-Marseille Université)

Session A : Competition and Mergers in Digital Markets

  • Marc Bourreau and Jean-Marc Zogheib : Mixed Competition in Next-Generation Networks.
  • Eric Darmon, Thomas Le Texier, Zhiwen Li and Thierry Penard : Mergers in Platform Industries with Multimarket Contact.
  • Marc Bourreau, Yutec Sun and Frank Verboven : Market Entry and Fighting Brands : The Case of the French Mobile Telecommunications Market.

Session B : Digital Innovation & Security

  • Arrah-Marie Jo : Information disclosure and incentives in innovation contests – an empirical analysis of Vulnerability Research Programs.
  • Anna-Maija Juuso and Rauli Svento : Investments in information security and threat intelligence sharing : Evidence from a survey of Finnish organizations.
  • Sothearath Seang and Dominique Torre : Proof of Work and Proof of Stake consensus protocols : a blockchain application for local complementary currencies.

Session C : Platforms

  • Vincente Lago, Ángela Muñoz and Christine Zulehner : Entry of Uber, Alcohol-Related Traffic Accidents and Differences by Gender: Empirical Evidence from Chile.
  • Grazia Cecere, Clara Jean, Fabrice Le Guel and Mathieu Manant : STEM and teens: An algorithm bias on a social media.
  • Matthias Hunold, Reinhold Kesler and Ulrich Laitenberger : Hotel rankings of online travel agents, channel pricing and consumer protection.

Session D : Digitization

  • Clémence Aubert-Tarby, Octavio R. Escobar and Thierry Rayna : The impact of technological change on employment : The case of press digitization.
  • Ludivine Martin, Thierry Pénard and Nicolas Poussing : Are employees happier to stay connected with their company outside working hours? Evidence from Luxembourg Data.
  • Jean-Marc Josset, Alain Rallet and Nicolas Soulié : Des smart cities aux smart citizens : vers une mesure plus complexe des perceptions du temps de transport.

Session E : Sharing Economy

  • Wei Kang, Anne Aguiléra, Alain Rallet, Feng Zhen : Factors influencing the frequency of free-floating bike-sharing services use among university students in Nanjing, China.
  • Godefroy DangNguyen, Sylvain Dejean, Thierry Penard : Does the Sharing Economy Foster Trust? An Experimental Approach.
  • Jaele Bechis : Scholars’ Individual Interest and the Development of Knowledge as a Common: Consequences of a Voluntary Approach to the Open Access Regulation.

Session F : Crowdfunding

  • Clémence Bourcet, Cécile Cézanne, Sandra Rigot and Laurence Saglietto : Le financement participatif de projets d’EnR : éclairages sur le business model et les risques d’une plateforme française.
  • Vincent Malardé : Dynamiques de diffusion de la plateforme iDVROOM : effets de réseaux, effets spatiaux et communautés.
  • Jordana Viotto : The role of exclusion on platform competition: evidence from crowdfunding websites.

Session G : Cultural Assembly of Members

  • Marc Bourreau, François Moreau and Patrik Wikström : Does Digitization lead to the homogenization of cultural content?
  • Marc Bourreau, Marianne Lumeau, François Moreau and Jordana Viotto : Le piratage de film en ligne est-il une pratique risquée?
  • Nessrine Omrani, Tasnime Omrani and Alain Rallet : Big Data, localisation et comportement du consommateur en ligne.