CERRE Academic Director at IMCO workshop on E-commerce rules fit for the digital age
20 years after the adoption of the e-Commerce Directive, the European Parliament’s IMCO Committee invites experts to debate the state of play of E-commerce rules and ways to improve the current competitive conditions for European companies to the benefit of consumers.
On 18 February 2020, CERRE Joint Academic Director, Prof. Dr Alexandre de Streel, will join the IMCO workshop to present his report on “The e-commerce Directive as one of the cornerstones of the Internal Market”. The study has been prepared for the European Parliament to feed into their reflection on E-commerce rules fit for the digital age.
Some of his recent publications:
- Digital Ambitions for Europe 2024, CERRE 2019
- The Future of the Digital Single Market, presented at a meeting of the D9+
- Liability of online hosting platforms: should exceptionalism end?, CERRE 2018
Alexandre de Streel is Professor of European law at the Universities of Namur and Louvain in Belgium and the Director of the Research Centre for Information, Law and Society (CRIDS), focusing his research on Regulation and Competition Law in the network industries.
Alexandre regularly advises internationall organisations (such as the European Commission, European Parliament, OECD, EBRD) and national regulatory authorities on regulatory and competition issues in network industries. He is also an Assessor (member of the decisional body) at the Belgian Competition Authority.
Tuesday 18 February 2020, 16.00-18.30,
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