AFED – 2020
5th Annual Conference of the French Association of Law and Economics
University Paris Nanterre (France)
October 15th and 16th, 2020
The conference will take place by videoconference and the sessions can be accessed by following this link:
The 5th Annual Conference of the French Association of Law and Economics (AFED) will be organized on October 15-16, 2020, on the campus of the University of Paris Nanterre (Max Weber Building).
The purpose of AFED is to provide a discussion forum for all researchers interested in this interdisciplinary approach. The Conference accepts original works in both disciplines, law and economics, on various topics, including (not limited) : Asylum Law – Behavioural Law and Economics – Competition Law and Policy – Contract Theory and Contractual Regulation – Crime and Public Law Enforcement – Corporate Law and Governance – Environmental Law – Intellectual Property Law and Innovation Policy – Law and Finance – Law and Public Policy – Legal Rule-Making – Litigation and Disputes Resolution – Tort Law and Liability Rules – Predictive Justice. The best two papers will be selected and published in a special issueof the European Journal of Law and Economics.
Parallel sessions will be held in both English and French. Plenary sessions with round-tables and a «Job Market Forum» conducted by professionals (specifically dedicated to PhD and master students) will be planned. Due the current sanitary situation and the uncertainty surrounding the next academic year on the campus, the Conference could take place online.
Dead line of submissions : Full papers (French or English) as well as long abstracts (at least 2 pages) must be submitted at https://afed2020.sciencesconf.org/, before August 17, 2020.
Decisions : The selection of papers will be notified around September 7, 2020.
Fees : Students (PhD, post-docs) : 45 euros (+ membership : 20 euros). Professors (Full, Associate, Assistant) : 85 euros (+ membership : 30 euros).
Local Organizers : Eliane Badaoui, Andreea Cosnita, Sophie Harnay, Eric Langlais, Nadine Levratto, Alessandro Melcarne, Benjamin Monnery, Saïd Souam (EconomiX CNRS & UPN) ; Katrin Deckert, Anne-Sophie Choné-Grimaldi (Centre du Droit Civil des Affaires et du Contentieux Economique, UPN).
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