May 13 2013

LSE Network Economy Conference – 13 May 2013

LogoindexLSE Network Economy Conference The need for a revival of the European Telecom and Internet Sector: Policies and Business Strategy

In our first LSE Network Economy Conference we bring together 70 well-informed and influential people from many constituencies within the telecoms community to discuss the revival of European Telecom and Internet Sector in terms of policies and business strategy. This conference expands on discussions that have taken place in our three workshops in the Network Economy Forum 2012-2013.

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Updated programme
Monday 13 May 2013, 9.00 – 17.15
The London School of Economics, New Academic Building

9.00-9.30: Registration and coffee
9.30-13:00 Conference morning sessions on the next themes:
Infrastructure: Next generation research on changing internet infrastructures
Regional innovation and employment
Service Delivery: Investments and economics of new internet architectures
Next generation broadband investments
13.00-14.00 Lunch break (list of lunch restaurants to be provided)
14.00-17.00 Conference sessions on the next themes
European Telecom investment scenarios
Regulatory Economics in new telecom markets: Future scenarios
Panel: Cyber law and its impact for Business Models on the future Internet
The revival of the European Telecom and Internet Sector: Summary and ways forward
17.00-17.15 Closing

Speakers (and links to their contributions to our blog)

Alleman, James, Director of Research at Columbia Institute of Tele-Information (CITI), Columbia Business School; Professor Emeritus at the University of Colorado – Boulder
Bauer, Johannes, Chairman and Professor, Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media, Michigan State University
Blowers, Alex, Director of Legal and Policy, Nominet
Cave, Martin, Professor, Imperial College Business School, Deputy Chair Competition Commission
Cherry, Barbara, Professor, Dpt of Telecommunications, Radio & TV Center, Indiana University
Coscelli, Andrea, Director of Economic Analysis, Ofcom
Dann, Jonathan, Head of Telecoms, Barclays Capital
Elaluf-Calderwood, Silvia, Research Fellow, LSETech, Dpt of Management, LSE
Feasey, Richard, Group Policy Adviser, Vodafone
Gambardella, Luigi, Chairman of the Executive Board of the European Telecommunications Network Operators’ association (ETNO)
Gawer, Annabelle, Assistant Professor, Strategy and Innovation, Imperial College Business School
Gruber, Harald, Head of ICT and e-economy, European Investment Bank
Karrberg, Patrik, Programme director Network Economy Forum, Dpt of Management, LSE
Liebenau, Jonathan, Reader in Technology Management, LSETech, Dpt of Management, LSE
Littorin, Sven Otto, Independent Advisor to Mobile Heights Business Centre, Lund, Sweden
Murray, Andrew, Professor of Law, LSE
Sahel, Jean-Jacques, Director, EMEA Policy and International Organisations, Microsoft
Selby, Mark, Visiting Professor, University of Surrey
Sewell, Alan, Chief Economist and Director of Economic Regulation, BskyB
Yoo, Christopher, Professor and Director, Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Weeds, Helen, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Essex

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