On May 23-24, 2011, the 9th Chinese Internet Research Conference will bring together scholars, policy-makers, and public and private actors to discuss «Chinese Factors in Internet Development: Global Public Goods, National Policies, and Private Interests». Hosted by the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Washington, D.C., it will present research and policy papers by authors around the globe, on various topics including Global Online Content Production and Consumption, Global Online Codes of Conduct and Regulation, and Global Internet Technologies and development.
The draft program can be found at the program page.
Global Public Goods National Policies and Private Interests (the 9th Chinese Internet Research Conference)
1 avril 2011 par J.N.