The accelerated pace of innovation in the era of Generative AI (Gen AI) brings forth many questions at the intersection of intellectual property, competition and regulation. The role of platforms and data, and more recently the rise of Gen AI, shape our increasingly digital economy in a way that requires a reconsideration of conventional wisdom about the working of markets as well as of competition law on multiple regulatory fronts.

The legal responses and the enforcement activities require new conceptual and theoretical frameworks, grounded in sound law and economics principles, in order to create an effective and cohesive framework for the digital economy.

To unknot this complex debate on innovation in the digital age, participants are encouraged to submit abstracts dealing with and related to the IP & competition law issues from an inter-disciplinary perspective.

Abstracts of about 1000 words can be submitted by 30th June to Kalpana Tyagi: