LegalTEC Lab is an interdisciplinary research hub located at the Tecnológico de Monterrey Graduate School of Government and Public Transformation (EGyTP). We aim to foster academic debate issues involving the intersection of law, technology, regulation and competition.
We train professors, as well as decision makers in the public, private and social spheres, so that in their respective fields of action they promote effective regulation, as well as they can rethink the design and implementation of competition in the digital economy
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Foro Académico sobre Competencia y Regulación Digital: Desafíos de las Políticas Regulatorias en Plataformas Digitales y sus Ecosistemas.
11o Seminario en Regulación y Competencia Económica: Política Pública en el Sistema Aéreo de México
EL PROGRAMA DE COMPETENCIA Y REGULACIÓN TIENEN EL HONOR DE INVITARTE: The importance of Digital Platforms for MSMES
Competencia y Regulación: Mercados Digitales
Lanzamiento Maestría en Derecho (MD)
Presentación del libro: Género, derecho y tecnología
As an open and collaborative ecosystem our mission is to study, experiment, and generate evidence-based research for the study of topics related with the management, competition, regulation, innovation, development, and impact of Law for Tech, of Tech for Law and LegalTech per se
Competition and Regulation Initiative: Digital Markets
The Digital Markets Competition and Regulation Program aims to be a neutral space to foster a progressive debate on the role of digital markets and the interplay between competition, regulation, innovation, and digital platforms.
Regulation and Economic Competition Seminars
We are a community of more than 2000 professors with presence in 29 campuses over the country and 18 international locations. We differentiate from other universities because our focus is multidisciplinary, in which lawyers, economists, political scientists, entrepreneurs and experts on data science work côte-à-côte to advance on the technological legal frontier, as well as to understand how the changes caused by digital economy in the legal sector can be tools for the social change.