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Workshop on Radical Data Economics

Workshop on Radical Data Economics

Workshop on Radical Data Economics is a two-day invitation-only intensive workshop that focuses on:

  • Value and/or governance of data in platform economy
  • Data governance models and their economic consequences
  • Data intensive digital ecosystems
  • Digital peer production
  • Data regulation
  • Human economic aspects of digitalisation
  • Industrial data sharing
  • New incentive and compensation methods, e.g. for anti-rival goods

The workshop will take place on 22-23 April 2020 at Sitra, Itämerenkatu 11-13, Helsinki, Finland.

The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 20 people.

The workshop will be followed by an open seminar.

The workshop itself is free of charge. However, participants are expected to pay their own travel and accommodation expenses.

Call for abstracts

In order to participate in the workshop, the prospective partakers are requested to submit an abstract of a maximum of one page. The abstracts will be shared to all participants before the workshop and published afterwards as digital proceedings in the Sitra publication series.

The proposed abstracts are requested to be submitted through EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rdew2020 no later than by 30 January 2019.  Early submissions are appreciated.

The abstracts will be evaluated by the organisers and attendance to the workshop will be decided partially based on the abstracts.

Schedule

30 Jan 2020                       Deadline for abstracts

7 Feb 2020                         Confirmation of participation

22–23 Apr 2020               Two-day workshop (starting on Wednesday 22 April at 13.00 EET and ending on Thursday at 13.30 EET, followed by an open seminar from 13.30 EET till 16.00 EET)

May 2020                            Publication of the workshop proceedings

Tentative agenda

Workshop Day 1

13:00–13:10  Opening of the workshop

13:10–13:45  Brief introductions by the participants (2 min each)

13:45–14:45  Keynotes

14:45–15:15   Coffee break

15:15–16:55   Abstracts session 1: 10 min presentations followed by 10 min discussion

16:55–17:45   Thematic work 1: 4–6 groups, depending on the themes arising

17:45–18:00   Summary of the first day

19:30–             Dinner

Workshop Day 2

09:00–09:15   Opening of the day

09:15–10:15   Abstracts session 2

10:15–10:30   Break

10:30–12:00   Abstracts session 3

12:00–13:15  Thematic work 2, with a working lunch

13:15–13:30  Summary and end of workshop

Open seminar

13:30–14:00  Registration and coffee

14:00–14:10  Opening of the seminar

14:10–14:30  Keynote

14:30–15:15  Brief presentations (15 min each)

15:15–15:45  Panel discussion

15:45–16:00  Closing