The EuroCPR 2015 conference will focus on the "new intermediaries in the hyperconnected society".
EuroCPR 2015 will focus on the consequences of the ongoing process of "dis-intermediation" and "re-intermediation" of many services and markets, which led to the emergence of giant aggregators and new platform operators at various layers of the ecosystem leads to an ongoing process of transformation, which challenges policymakers in many areas of law.
On 21 and 22 March EuroCPR 2013 "A Digital Agenda in Search of Evidence: Issues and Trends" takes place in Brussels.
Selected EuroCPR papers may be published, subject to peer review, in journals such as Communications & Strategies, Telecommunications Policy or Info.
All abstracts will be subject to blind peer review by the members of the EuroCPR
With the continuous aim to bring together academics, policy makers and industry representatives, EuroCPR
seeks to stimulate independent critical reflection, whilst being responsive to policy challenges.
He chairs the organisation committee of the European Communications Policy Research conference (EuroCPR
(*) Paper prepared for European Network for Communication and Information Perspectives EuroCPR
Conference, Seville March 26th-28th, 2006.
(*) Acknowledgements are made to Allan Bartroff, Richard Cawley, Peter Johnston, Paul Richards and the participants of the EuroCPR
2006 conference for their very helpful comments and discussions.
Welfens, Justus Haucap and Annaflavia Bianchi and to participants of EUROCPR