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Future Internet Conference, Bled, Slovenia, March 31 - April 2, 2008

More information about the Bled conference is available at

A panel on Socio-Economics of the Future Internet was held on April 1 as part of the technical program of the conference workshop.

Moderators: Pekka Nikander and David Hausheer


  • Klaus Wünstel: General aspects of socio-economics of networking; introduction to the topic
  • María Ángeles Callejo: Expected evolution of user behaviour: implications of generations X, Y, and to-be
  • Santiago Ristol Jorba: The role of trust in building services
  • Spiros Spirou: One or many Internets - the question of price and network externalities
  • Latif Ladid: From NAT-to-NAT to (new) end-to-end - the challenge of making IPv6 a commodity service
  • Wolfgang Kleinwächter: Internet governance - need for multi-stake-holder societal control

Panel Slides: Bled-Socio-Econ.pdf

SmoothIT Poster

Bled Declaration: Bled_declaration.pdf

As an outcome of this panel, a WhitePaper has been written.

Preparation Meeting, Brussels, Belgium, January 30, 2008

At this meeting the idea to organize a session on the Socio-Economic Issues of the Future Internet was discussed for the first time.

Participants from FISE: David Hausheer

Slides: JDS_D1Projectmeeting30January2008.pdf


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