Registrations are now open for the second edition of the online course Sectoral Challenges in the Digital Economy, jointly organised with the Florence School of Regulation – Communications and Media. The course represents the third block of the Annual Training on Competition and Regulation in the Digital Era.
Digitalisation has brought several profound changes to a number of markets across all sectors of the economy. This online course, now in its second edition, adopts a multi-disciplinary (mainly legal and economic) approach to provide you with expert insights into the challenges posed by the digital economy in a selected set of sectors, which constitute a core economic activity of Big Tech.
The course consists of 6 week modules, during which you will learn about competition and regulatory responses adopted by competition and regulatory authorities across a different set of jurisdictions, with a focus on:
- Online advertising and search engine markets;
- Social networks;
- Sharing economy;
- Apps and videogames;
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Competition and regulation professionals interested in fine-tuning their expertise in the competition and regulatory challenges brought by digitalisation in these sectors are invited to apply before 8 may 2022.
3 free seats available for officials from National Competition Authorities of low-income countries
The online training is organised in cooperation with the United Nations Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the OECD. In particular, our partner institution UNCTAD will assign 3 free seats to officials from National Competition Authorities of low-income countries.
To learn more about the course structure, content, fees scheme, and free seats for officials from low-income countries, visit the web page of the course: Sectoral Challenges in the Digital Economy