The digital transition offers us a new opportunity to reach out across the global economy - hopefully we will find the strength to use it.
Cryptocurrencies are here to stay but are unlikely to be considered a credible alternative to money anytime soon.
Can research and innovation policies power growth? The answer currently can only be a timid yes. Too little is known of what drives the actual effects of R&I policies.
Algorithmic management is the twenty-first century’s scientific management. Job quality measures should be included explicitly in health and safety risk assessments for workplace artificial-intelligence systems.
Electronic cash might be the future, but it is still unclear what payment innovation it offers for the public, certainly in the euro area. And it is unlikely to fully replace the comfort the consumer feels in having money under the mattress.
What makes one vision more desirable than another is not its neutrality, but whether it can better serve one’s goals in the context of where those goals are being pursued.
How can we protect platform workers while preserving the opportunities and benefits that are generated by the sharing economy?
This paper sets out a framework for addressing competition concerns arising from acquisitions in big platform ecosystems.
A job polarisation trend has seen relatively more workers in the European Union employed in skilled and unskilled jobs, while mid-skilled jobs have been squeezed. Since the Great Recession, the supply of university graduates has risen, but the labour market’s demand for skills has not kept up. Graduates have, however, fared better than less-educated workers in terms of wages.
It is time to rethink many of the basic principles of our economic model to mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Diversification is important because it is associated with economic growth and reduced volatility.
Walking the wire: we discuss risks and benefits involved for the EU should it embark on developing a new smartphone operating system.