Event Review: Data-Driven Economy: Challenges and Opportunities
17 June 2019, 12:30 pm - 05:00 pm
Vertretung der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg beim Bund
Intereconomics and the German Institute for Economics invite you to the conference "Data-Driven Economy: Challenges and Opportunities"
The transformation of data into an independent asset poses new challenges for companies, regulators and policymakers. We examine the status-quo of data-driven business models and the requirements shaping the process. On the business side, new tools are needed to utilise data as an asset with regard to its quantity and diversity. Regulators and policymakers will have to refine an often inefficient legal and regulatory framework to guide this transformation towards the general benefit.
Studies and conclusions will be available in the Intereconomics issue No.4 of 2019.
Registration and Coffee
Welcome and Introduction
Christian Breuer, Intereconomics
Competition and Competition Policy in a Data-Driven Economy
Justus Haucap, Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE), Heinrich-Heine-Universität - presentation (pdf)
Data-Driven Business Models
Regulation and Governance
Moderator: Vera Demary, Head of the Research Unit Structural Change and Competition, German Economic Institute (IW)
Barbara Engels, German Economic Institute (IW), Data Governance as an Enabler for the Data Economy - presentation (pdf)
Bruno Carballa-Smichowski, Chronos, Data Governance Models: Moving
Beyond One-Size-Fits-All Solutions - presentation (pdf)
Maximilian von Grafenstein, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG), Data Governance Models and Smart Cities - presentation (pdf)