Authors: Thomas Hacardiaux and Jean-Sébastien Tancrez The sharing economy paradigm offers countless opportunities for improving the efficiency of resource utilization and the sustainability of economic activities. In logistics, it may help address prominent issues such as pollution, inefficient loading of vehicles, traffic congestion or complex last mile deliveries. In this vein, the Physical Internet brings […]
About: CJEU decision, aff. C-724/18 and C-727/18, sept. 22, 2020. Renting accommodation in which one does not live on Air BnB is considered a commercial activity under French law. The exercise of a commercial activity in premises presupposes that the premises have a commercial purpose, within the meaning of town planning law. These premises are […]
NEW: Paper on Uber’s rating system
New paper on “Private Ordering of Online Platforms in Smart Urban Mobility. The Case of Uber’s Rating System”. Abstract: Rating and review systems are a self-regulatory mechanism widely used by online platforms, especially in the smart mobility sector. Such systems have already been analysed in empirical studies and legal contributions, in particular in the fields […]
Yseult Marique and I published a today a summary of our next paper accepted for publication in the Cambridge International Law Journal (December 2019 issue): “Beyond Soft-regulation – Sanctions on digital platforms“.
NEW project SHINE
We are happy to announce that the CRIDES has been awarded with a grant by the European Commission (Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Actions) to conduct a research in the field of the sharing economy (SHINE. SHaring Economy and INequalities across Europe). The CRIDES is going to expand its consolidated line of investigation on the sharing economy […]
The Oberlandesgericht Düsseldorf has referred a question to the ECJ with regards to “kennenlernplattform (get-to-know platforms)” (Case C-438/19) with regards to consumer protection (directive 2011/93 /UE). The full reference is attached hereby (in German). Here are the French & Dutch version of the preliminary question (the official translation in English can be found in attachment). […]
[This is a reblog from Essex Law Research: “Uber in London: the battle between public and private regulation“] Dr Yseult Marique and her co-author Enguerrand Marique have published a chapter, entitled ‘Uber in London: The battle between public and private regulation’, in the collection Uber & Taxis: Comparative Law Studies, which was edited by D […]
Je publiais au cours du mois d’avril deux contributions sur le site de Justice-en-Ligne. J’y fais le point sur la situation d’Uber en Belgique (http://www.justice-en-ligne.be/article1173.html) et en Europe (http://www.justice-en-ligne.be/article1164.html).
Il est clair que l’Internet et les technologies numériques ont largement transformé notre manière de vivre, tant du point de vue social et relationnel que du point de vue du travail. Depuis plusieurs années, on peut ainsi constater une progression notable du secteur de l’économie numérique sur l’économie classique. L’économie collaborative fait partie de cette […]
Author: Rossana Ducato and Alain Strowel Download : https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3278901 Citation: R. Ducato, A. Strowel, Limitations to Text and Data Mining and Consumer Empowerment: Making the Case for a Right to “Machine Legibility”, CRIDES Working Paper Series 1/2018, 31 October 2018. Abstract The paper focuses on the current legal barriers to text and data mining (TDM) […]