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
The competitive nature of the industry means highly skilled employees present the ultimate resource scarcity for AI development.
This paper proposes an original set of five compliance principles derived from the DMA list of obligations.
Exploring the potential, ethics and the willingness of people to automatise unpaid domestic work.
Europe can improve its innovation systems, but should not try to copy the US approach
How can civil society help close the skills gap?
Women can reach a higher potential in the workforce if men begin to play their part.
Leaders maintain a belief that employee collaboration is negatively impacted by remote work, but the evidence to support this assumption is mixed.
Annual Conference of the Future of Work and Inclusive Growth project
Can Central Bank digital currencies be considered as the weapons of finance?
This event brought together perspectives from different states to share best practices on the EU's legislative role in social policies.
How can we equip people with the skills they need to adapt to a rapidly changing labour market?
What factors contribute to inequalities on both sides of the Atlantic, and how should policymakers address them?