|Caravella, Serenella, Crespi, Francesco, Menghini, Mirko, Salvatori, Chiara
|Centre for European Policy Studies [CEPS], Leibniz Information Centre for Economics [ZBW]
|Volume 56, Number 6, Pages 348-354
The COVID-19 crisis has revealed the deep technological and production dependencies of the EU on third countries in sectors deemed as particularly strategic and has thus fuelled the debate on (the lack of) European technological sovereignty in critical fields. This article argues that in the light of a renewed interest in relaunching a European industrial policy, technological sovereignty considerations must be fully incorporated into policy objectives and instruments.
|Business and Industry
|European Union [EU]