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Recent presentations 

 

November 2021: Invited presentation on "Supporting Resilience Through the Use of Open Source Software and Open Standards" at the Open Forum Europe's 2021 Virtual OpenForum Academy Symposium. A video of my presentation is available here

November 2021: Presentation of "Old Tools for the New Economy? Counterfactual Causation in Foreclosure Assessment and Choice of Remedies on Data-driven Markets," co-authored with Dr. Zlatina Georgieva, in the Political Economy Seminar of the TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology in Munich, Germany

July 2021: Presentation of "Old Tools for the New Economy? A Plea for an Enhanced Role of Counterfactual Causation in Competition Analysis of Digital Markets in Light of Impeding Regulation," co-authored with Dr. Zlatina Georgieva, at the 2021 ASCOLA Annual Virtual Conference Main Track.

 

June 2021: Presentation of "Old Tools for the New Economy? A Plea for an Enhanced Role of Counterfactual Causation in Competition Analysis of Digital Markets in Light of Impeding Regulation," co-authored with Dr. Zlatina Georgieva, at the European Consortium for Political Research's 2021 Virtual Regulatory Governance Conference. [Presentation given by Zlatina Georgieva.]

April 2021: Presentation of "Competition and Cooperation in Artificial Intelligence

Standard-Setting: Prospects for the Emergence of Global

Standards" at the Midwestern Political Science Association's Virtual Annual Conference.

 

August 2020: Presentation of "(Un)evenly distributed futures? Concern About Absolute Versus Relative Gains in the Governance of Artificial Intelligence in the United States, Europe, and China" at the European Consortium for Political Research's 2020 Virtual General Conference

August 2020: Presentation of "Old Tools for the New Economy? A Plea for an Enhanced Role of Counterfactual Causation in Competition Analysis of Digital Markets," co-authored with Dr. Zlatina Georgieva, at the European Consortium for Political Research's 2020 Regulatory Governance Conference at the University of Exeter, UK. [Conference cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.]

July 2020: Presentation of "Antitrust Pork Barrel' Revisited or: Assessing Reforms to Shield a Regulatory Agency from Political Interference," co-authored with Prof. Dr. Tim Büthe, at the International Political Science Association's 2020 World Congress in Lisbon, Portugal. [Conference cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.]

June 2020: Presentation of "Antitrust Pork Barrel' Revisited or: Assessing Reforms to Shield a Regulatory Agency from Political Interference," co-authored with Prof. Dr. Tim Büthe, at the Austrian, German, and Swiss Political Science Associations' Political Economy Three-Country Conference ("Dreiländertagung") in Raitenhaslach, Germany. [Conference cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.]

March 2020: Presentation of my paper "Fostering Security Through Procurement: The Role of Private Actors" at the German Association for Political Science's Emerging Scholars' Conference ("Nachwuchstagung") at the Political Academy in Tutzing, Germany. 

 

February 2020: Presentation of "(Un)evenly distributed futures? Concern About Absolute Versus Relative Gains in the Governance of Artificial Intelligence in the United States, Europe, and China" at the Workshop on the Governance of New Technologies at the Technical University of Munich's Science and Study Center in Raitenhaslach, Germany. 

 

February 2020: Presentation of "Antitrust Pork Barrel' Revisited or: Assessing Reforms to Shield a Regulatory Agency from Political Interference," co-authored with Prof. Dr. Tim Büthe, at the Political Economy and Social Policy Section of the Swiss Political Science Association's Annual Conference in Lucerne, Switzerland. [Presentation given by Tim Büthe.]

 

December 2019: Presentation of my paper "Keeping Software Platforms Open: Resisting the Power of the (Would-Be) Monopolist" at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore

 

November 2019: Presentation of my report "Governance of and by Technologies: The Role of Open Source Software and Open Standards in Enhancing the Actorness and Effectiveness of the EU" at the TRIGGER Consortium meeting at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy.

 

September 2019: Presentation on the topic of "Standard-setting for DARQ technologies: A normative opportunity for Europe?" at the German Marshall Fund in Brussels, Belgium.

 

September 2019: Presentation on competition in data-driven markets together with Dr. Zlatina Georgieva at the Street Science Festival in Munich, Germany. 

 

September 2019: Presentation of my paper "Keeping Software Platforms Open: Resisting the Power of the (Would-Be) Monopolist“ at the European Consortium for Political Research's 2019 General Conference at the University of Wroclaw, Poland.

 

June 2019: Presentation of my paper "Keeping Software Platforms Open: Resisting the Power of the (Would-Be) Monopolist“ at the International Public Policy Association's Fourth International Public Policy Conference at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.

June 2019: Presentation of my paper "Shaping IT Markets Through Government Procurement: The Role of Private Actors“ at the International Public Policy Association's  Fourth International Public Policy Conference at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.

May 2019: Presentation of my paper "Keeping Software Platforms Open: Resisting the Power of the (Would-Be) Monopolist“ at the Street Science Festival in Munich, Germany

May 2019: Presentation of my paper "Fostering Competition in Markets with Data Network Effects: The Case for an Industrial Data Strategy Based on Authorized Sharing" at the Dutch & Belgian Political Science Associations' Internet Governance workshop at the University of Antwerp, Belgium.  

May 2019: Presentation of my paper "Shaping IT Markets Through Government Procurement: The Role of Private Actors“ at the German Association for Political Science's International Political Economy workshop at the University of Frankfurt, Germany. 

February 2019: Presentation of my paper "Fostering Competition in Markets with Data Network Effects: The Case for an Industrial Data Strategy Based on Authorized Sharing" at the Austrian, German, and Swiss Political Science Associations' Thee-Country Conference ("Dreiländertagung") at Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland

February 2019: Presentation of my research for the Horizon 2020 TRIGGER project at the TRIGGER closed-door session of the Centre for European Policy Studies' CEPS Ideas Lab on "Europe's Choice" in Brussels, Belgium

December 2018: Presentation of my paper "Fostering Competition in Markets with Data Network Effects: The Case for an Industrial Data Strategy Based on Authorized Sharing" at the 14th International Graduate Conference in Honor of Yitzhak Rabin at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. 

November 2018: Presentation of my paper "Fostering Competition in Markets with Data Network Effects: The Case for an Industrial Data Strategy Based on Authorized Sharing" at the Doctoral Students' Workshop on Technology and the Quality of Democracy at the Technical University of Munich, Germany

September 2018: Presentation of my paper "Keeping Software Platforms Open: Resisting the Power of the (Would-Be) Monopolist“ at the Street Science Festival in Munich, Germany

July 2018: Presentation of my PhD research proposal "Regulating Technologies with Network Effects" at the Research Seminar of the TUM-GOV Center for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Studies at the Technical University of Munich, Germany. 

September 2015: Presentation about the Thai startup ecosystem at the Southeast Asia Google Play Developers Conference at Google Thailand's office in Bangkok, Thailand.