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|Titre :||The European Union and the technology shift|
|Auteurs :||Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, Editeur scientifique Karin Leijon, Editeur scientifique Anna Michalski, Editeur scientifique Lars Oxelheim, Editeur scientifique|
|Editeur :||Basingstoke (Hampshire) : Palgrave Macmillan|
|Année de publication :||2021|
|Collection :||Interdisciplinary European studies|
|Présentation physique :||XI, 264 p.22 cm|
|Autre ISBN/ISSN :||978-3-030-63674-6|
|Mots clés :||
Innovations technologiques -- Politique publique -- Pays de l'Union européenne
|Note générale :||Bibliographies en fin de chapitres. Index|
This book explores the multiple challenges that the global technology shift is posing to the EU. From the vantage point of experts from economics, law, and political science, this book provides insights into the role that the EU is and ought to [...]
This book explores the multiple challenges that the global technology shift is posing to the EU. From the vantage point of experts from economics, law, and political science, this book provides insights into the role that the EU is and ought to be playing in regulating global platform companies, addressing taxation in the digital economy, mitigating job displacements on the labour market, and tackling ethical concerns of artificial intelligence and the prospect of digital democracy.
All chapters are based on up-to-date research findings and succinct assessment of ongoing debates. They conclude with policy recommendations for policy makers on European and national levels.
- Provides insights into the role that the EU is and ought to be playing in regulating the activities of global platform companies.
- Is based on up-to-date research findings, succinct assessment of the current state of affairs and ongoing debates.
- Concludes with policy recommendations for decision and policy makers on European and national levels.
Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt is Professor of European Law in the Faculty of Law, Stockholm University, Sweden, and Chair of the Swedish Network for European Legal Studies. She was Torsten and Ragnar Söderberg Professor of Legal Science (2015-2018). Her research interests include European economic law, processes of Europeanisation and globalization.
Karin Leijon holds a Ph.D. in Political Science and is a researcher in the Department of Government, Uppsala University, Sweden. Her research interests include European legal integration, judicial politics and public administration.
Anna Michalski is Associate Professor in Political Science in the Department of Government, Uppsala University, Sweden and Associate Senior Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs. She is Chair for the Swedish Network for European Studies in Political Science (SNES). Her research interests include European foreign policy and socialization in international organizations.
Lars Oxelheim is Professor of International Business and Finance at the University of Agder, Norway, and affiliated with the Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN), Stockholm, Sweden. His research interests include the interplay between the firm and its macroeconomic environment and, economic and financial integration as well as managerial aspects.
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