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An abstract for CCS16

The following astract was submitted to CCS16 by Kunbei Zhang and Aernout Schmidt: Blending Complexity Research Disruptive complex adaptive systems (CASs, e.g. the profiling/social-media complex) put more and more pressures on individual agents’ capacities to act autonomously and responsible. As legal theorists we have some questions here. The foundation of our trade is a conception […] Continue reading → ...

CCS16 Satellite Session on Law and Complexity

Marion Dumas (SFI, USA) and  Aernout Schmidt (Leiden University, the Netherlands) are organizing a one-day Satellite Session on Law and Complexity for the Conference on Complex Systems, September 2016 in Amsterdam. The initiative is a follow-up on a discussion about the role of legal theorists in interdisciplinary complexity research teams. The proposal has been awarded  and […] Continue reading → ...

(P1-6) Institutions – A family of Concepts?

Yesterday we (Tina, Michiel, Carl, Gerrit-Jan and me) had a brainstorm meeting over the peer-reviewed, published article by Michiel on Big Data and what credible bargaining powers consumers can feasibly command in order to be taken seriously while endeavoring to participate in the shaping of privacy contracts, case law and legal rules that protect their […] Continue reading → ...