Schriften zum Recht der Digitalisierung
Edited by Florian Möslein, Sebastian Omlor, and Martin Will
Studies on Digital Law.
How can the law keep up with the fast pace of the digitisation process and meet the fundamental legal challenges being thrown down? The series SRDi (Studies on Digital Law) picks up the gauntlet by offering a platform for crucial academic research on issues of digitisation from all fields of the law. While digitisation-specific phenomena such as artificial intelligence, blockchain technology or platform economics can often only be understood with adequate reference to the likes of information technology, economics, philosophy or political science, SRDi places its focus squarely on the ever-increasing implications of digitisation that are bearing down on central legal areas, particularly public and private law. The series is equally open to postdoctoral theses, outstanding dissertations and monographs.
Dr. Julia Caroline Scherpe-Blessing, LL.M. (Cantab)
Program Director Private Law, Criminal Law, and Procedural Law
ISSN: 2700-1288 / eISSN: 2700-1296 - Suggested citation: SRDi