The University of Franche-Comté (UFC), the Research Center on Economic Strategies (CRESE) and the Legal Research Center of the University of Franche-Comté (CRJFC) have the pleasure to host the 6th Annual Conference of the French Association of Law and Economics (AFED) in Besançon, France (see the call for paper).

The purpose of the conference is to provide for researchers and professionals an opportunity to discuss various topics (such as law and public policy, litigation and courts, patents and innovation, behavioral law and economics, etc.) that can be analyzed through a multidisciplinary approach in law and economics.

All submissions in law and economics are welcome. Attention will be paid to papers with some original research findings or dealing with issues that may interest legal professionals (and on which participants will be invited to reflect and debate together).



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Parallel sessions, two keynote speeches and a round table, will be held both in French and English. To participate in this conference, you have to be a member of AFED. Membership is available here.

Due to the current sanitary situation, the conference may take place online, in which case the participation at the conference will be free (if the conference onsite cancellation is made before October 1st). 

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