Technology adoption in the current crisis could play a major role in economic recovery. The right mix of industrial policies, single market policies and competition policy continues to be an important question. Issues such as global value chain disruptions caused by semiconductor shortages posed a challenge for the digital sector and for the economy at large.
Against this backdrop, our scholars have focused their research on multiple areas, including COVID-19’s impacts on digital technology adoption, the digital market act, the chips shortage crisis, data usage and international data transfers, and innovation in the health sector
High-capacity broadband infrastructure will be a key enabler of a forward-looking recovery after COVID-19.
Big tech companies have been left exposed because they overestimated the growth of online activities during the pandemic, writes Christophe Carugati.
China’s semiconductors push already has lessons for the rest of the world.
Digital Markets Act enforcement will be much more effective if EU member national authorities are involved
Low-skilled workers tend to have jobs that are less likely to foster foundational skills. This worsens skills gaps and income inequality.
How are digital platforms overtaking the state and how can we regain control?
The European Union’s new Digital Markets Act will enable the European Commission to get ahead of potential anti-competitive behaviour.
This event will discuss the EU data Act, with a particular focus on B2B and B2C data sharing