Chris Marsden presenting on 'prosumer law' at ECPR Regulation and Governance
Prof. Chris Marsden will present a paper and chair two panels at the ECPR Standing Group on Regulation & Governance 4th Biennial Conference at the University of Exeter: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/reggov2012/programme/ The Standing Group was formed in 2005 to focus political scientists and lawyers' research outputs in the fast growing research area of regulation and governance. Marsden will present a paper co-authored with Ian Brown, developed from their forthcoming book 'Regulating Code'. The paper is titled 'Prosumer law: holistic regulation of the interoperable internet': http://www.exeter.ac.uk/reggov2012/programme/wednesday-parallelsessions1/#d.en.211028 Background: The ECPR Standing Group on Regulation & Governance will be holding its 4th Biennial Conference at the University of Exeter from 27 to 29 June 2012. The European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) was founded in 1970 and supports the training, research and cross-national co-operation of political scientists throughout Europe.