Framing Conversation 1: What Would Internet Fragmentation Mean for the Digital Economy?
Framing Conversation: What Would Internet Fragmentation Mean for the Digital Economy?
Author: William J. Drake
Framing Conversation 2: What Would Internet Fragmentation Mean for Global Governance?
Normative Restraints on Cyber Conflict
Author: Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
Keynote Conversation with Eric Schmidt (Executive Chairman, Alphabet Inc.)
Panel 1: What Would Internet Fragmentation Mean for Global Trade?
Information Goes Global: Protecting Privacy, Security, and the New Economy in a World of Cross-border Data Flows
Author: Usman Ahmed and Anupam Chander
Software is Eating World Trade, But Will Fragmentation Bite Back?
Author: Usman Ahmed
The Fragmentation Mismatch: Deficiency of Dealing with Fragmentation through Trade Policy
Author: Hosuk Lee-Makiyama
Trade Regulation, and Digital Trade
Author: Petros C. Mavroidis
Lunch Discussion with Douglas Brent (SVP Technology Innovation, Trimble)
Panel 2A: Developing Trust and Assurance, a Global Issue with National Solutions
The Future of Global Cyber Trust: Fragmentation v. Universality Tradeoffs
Author: Dr. Laura DeNardis
Panel 2B: Global Platforms, National Citizens and International Development
Human Rights Principles for Connectivity and Development
Author: Peter Micek
Panel 3: Cyber Conflict and Democratic Institutions
Panel Discussion: Cyber Conflict and Democratic Institutions
Author: Sean Kanuck
Panel 4: Financial Institutions and Systemic Risks