This course aims to provide participants with a basic understanding of the key legal and economic concepts relevant to the regulation of personal and non-personal data processing in the digital environment with a special focus on antitrust regulation. This includes an analysis of the basic characteristics of data as an economic good. Participants are encouraged to use this understanding and the economic principles to analyse critically existing data governance mechanisms and recent legal developments in the European Union.
LYNSKEY O. & RUSCHE C. - Law and Economics of Data Protection and Privacy in the EU (25h)
2021 - 2022