Workshop on Empirical Legal Studies with Florencia Marotta-Wurgler (NYU School of Law). Joint organization with IViR (UvA), RILE (EUR), and NSCR (VU Amsterdam). Venue: Faculty of Law, Oudemanhuispoort 4-6, Room A0.08.
14:30-15:15: Keynote: Florencia Marotta Wurgler (NYU Law School)
Understanding Privacy Policies: Concent, Self-Regulation, and Competition
15:30-16:00: Guilherme d'Oliveira (University of Amsterdam)
Where is the Harm in A Privacy Violation? Calculating the Damages Afforded in Privacy Cases by the Eureopean Court of Human Rights
Paper by Bart van der Sloot
16:00-16:30: Or Brook (University of Amsterdam)
The Moral Hazard Effect of Liquidated Damages: An Experiment on Contract Remedies
Paper by Ben Depoorter, Lars Freund and Sven Hoeppner
16:30-16:45: Coffee Break
16:45-17:15: Nieke Elbers (VU Amsterdam)
Can Nudges Be Transparent and Yet Effective?
Paper by Hendrik Bruns, Elena Kantorowicz-Reznichenko, Katharina Klement, Mariijane Luistro Johnsson and Bilel Rahani
17:15-17:45: Joost Poort (University of Amsterdam)
Lotteries Against Free-Riding: a Field Experiment
Paper by Maria Bigoni, Paolo Barbieri and Marco Fabbri
17:45-18:00: Coffee Break
18:00-18:30: Short Pitches on Research Design
Or Brooks (University of Amsterdam)
Mapping the Role of Public Policy in Article 101 TFEU: An Empirical Coding
Tamara Last (VU Amsterdam)
What is the Relationship between Migrant Mortality and European Border Policies?
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