|Author (Person)||Enderlein, Henrik|
|Publisher||Jacques Delors Institute [Notre Europe]|
|Series Title||Policy Paper|
|Series Details||No.187 (10.03.17)|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
From 2015 onwards the European Commission has gradually presented the Digital Single Market Strategy (DSM), an ambitious regulatory overhaul designed to adapt the rules of the game within the Single Market to the demands of digitalisation. Yet, will it be enough to put the EU on par with the champions of the digital transformation in the US and parts of Asia? And how could Member States collaborate more to fully reap the economic potential of digitalisation?
In this Policy Paper, Henrik Enderlein, Director of the Jacques Delors Institut - Berlin, Paul-Jasper Dittrich, Research Fellow at the Jacques Delors Institut - Berlin and David Rinaldi, Research Fellow at the CEPS et Associate Research Fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute, outline a proposal for an intergovernmental approach: A DigitalAmitié between France and Germany for start-ups, education and towards regulatory convergence in 'borderless sectors'.
|Subject Categories||Business and Industry|
|Countries / Regions||Europe, France, Germany|