Regulating Business Innovation as Policy Disruption: Is the Platform Economy Special?
Professor J.B. Ruhl, of Vanderbilt Law School, presented a working draft of his work Regulating Business Innovation as Policy Disruption: Is the Platform Economy Special? This work examines how the platform economy certainly raises a wide range of important legal issues, analyzes the theory and practice of business innovation, policy disruption, and proposes a theoretical framework for the regulation of innovative business models.
From Vanderbilt Law School, “Professor Ruhl is an expert in environmental, natural resources and property law, and also studies the legal industry and legal technology. He was named director of Vanderbilt's Program on Law and Innovation in 2014 and serves as the Co-director of the Energy, Environment and Land Use Program. Before he joined Vanderbilt’s law faculty as the David Daniels Allen Distinguished Chair of Law in 2011, he was the Matthews & Hawkins Professor of Property at the Florida State University College of Law, where he had taught since 1999.”
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Ruhl, J. B., "Regulating Business Innovation as Policy Disruption: Is the Platform Economy Special?" (2017). Faculty Workshops.
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