EUROCPR 2011

Online content: policy and regulation for a global market

27-29 March 2011 / Ghent / Belgium

EuroCPR is organised annually with the ambition to contribute constructively and critically to European Information Society Policy developments. The conference addresses the use of ICT throughout society and economy as well as the evolution of the ICT and media sectors. EuroCPR uniquely brings together academia, policy makers, and industry representatives in order to facilitate systematic interaction and critical analysis of both the highest academic excellence and the maximum policy and industrial relevance. The format of the conference has deliberately been kept small - with a maximum of 80 participants - favouring quality over quantity and encouraging a high level of interaction.

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  • EUROCPR 2010 ( 2 items)

    Policies for a digital Europe: lessons learned and challenges ahead

    28-30 March 2010, Brussels, Musée du Cinquantenaire

    EuroCPR is organised annually with the ambition to contribute constructively and critically to European Information Society Policy developments. The conference addresses the use of ICT throughout society and economy as well as the evolution of the ICT and media sectors. EuroCPR uniquely brings together academia, policy makers, and industry representatives in order to facilitate systematic interaction and critical analysis of both the highest academic excellence and the maximum policy and industrial relevance. The format of the conference has deliberately been kept small - with a maximum of 80 participants - favouring quality over quantity and encouraging a high level of interaction.

    In 2010, EuroCPR celebrates its 25th anniversary and offers a unique opportunity to its community to critically reflect on the lessons learned over the years and to contribute constructively to ongoing debates about the future of Information Society Policy in Europe.

  • EUROCPR 2008 ( 1 items)

    Future directions for the EuroCPR conference: policies, topics and stakeholders

    31 March - 2 April 2008, Sevilla

    EuroCPR is organised annually with the ambition to contribute constructively and critically to European Information Society Policy developments. The conference addresses the use of ICT throughout society and economy as well as the evolution of the ICT and media sectors. EuroCPR uniquely brings together academia, policy makers, and industry representatives in order to facilitate systematic interaction and critical analysis of both the highest academic excellence and the maximum policy and industrial relevance. The format of the conference has deliberately been kept small - with a maximum of 80 participants - favouring quality over quantity and encouraging a high level of interaction.

  • EUROCPR 2009 ( 2 items)

    The competitiveness of Europe’s mobile communication sector: The challenges of globalisation and sustainability

    30 - 31 March 2009, Seville

    EuroCPR is organised annually with the ambition to contribute constructively and critically to European Information Society Policy developments. The conference addresses the use of ICT throughout society and economy as well as the evolution of the ICT and media sectors. EuroCPR uniquely brings together academia, policy makers, and industry representatives in order to facilitate systematic interaction and critical analysis of both the highest academic excellence and the maximum policy and industrial relevance. The format of the conference has deliberately been kept small - with a maximum of 80 participants - favouring quality over quantity and encouraging a high level of interaction.

  • EUROCPR 2012 ( 7 items)

    Policies For The Future Internet

    25-27 March 2012 / Ghent / Belgium

    EuroCPR is organised annually with the ambition to contribute constructively and critically to European Information Society Policy developments. The conference addresses the use of ICT throughout society and economy as well as the evolution of the ICT and media sectors. EuroCPR uniquely brings together academia, policy makers, and industry representatives in order to facilitate systematic interaction and critical analysis of both the highest academic excellence and the maximum policy and industrial relevance. The format of the conference has deliberately been kept small - with a maximum of 80 participants - favouring quality over quantity and encouraging a high level of interaction.

    The theme of the 2012 Conference will be "Policies for the future Internet". The Internet is a fundamental part of society and of Europe’s and other regions’ economies. Whereas the Internet remained largely untouched by extensive public policies until the end of the 1990s (in comparison to telecommunications and mass media policies), several policies for the future Internet are emerging.
    We invite scholars to critically reflect on the lessons learned over the last 10 years, and to contribute constructively to ongoing debates about policy and regulation for the future Internet. The full call for papers and more information about the conference will soon be available on our website.

    Gold Partner


    -This years conference is sponsored by IBBT and the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO).

  • EUROCPR 2013 ( 7 items)

    EUROCPR 2013

    21-22 March 2013 / The Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels

    EuroCPR is organised annually with the ambition to contribute constructively and critically to European Information Society Policy developments. The conference addresses the use of ICT throughout society and economy as well as the evolution of the ICT and media sectors. EuroCPR uniquely brings together academia, policy makers, and industry representatives in order to facilitate systematic interaction and critical analysis of both the highest academic excellence and the maximum policy and industrial relevance. The format of the conference has deliberately been kept small - with a maximum of 80 participants - favouring quality over quantity and encouraging a high level of interaction.

    EuroCPR invites abstracts for theoretically and empirically grounded papers that reflect critically on the Digital Agenda as such and on factors contributing to progress towards the Digital Agenda goals so far which draw on the results of research to inform ongoing policy debates on issues relevant to the Digital Agenda.

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Important Dates

Call for papers
2 September 2013
Submission of abstracts
28 October 2013
Notification of acceptance
29 November 2013
Full paper submission
24 February 2014
EuroCPR Conference 2012:
24-25 March 2014