Creation: Second half of 2020 in partnership with the Florence School of Regulation of the European University Institute.
Composition: Eco-system of 50 members at European level, including academics (economics, political science, sociology, data science, etc.), experts from industry and the world of innovation, and public decision-makers.
Theme: collaborative work, in partnership with the Florence School of Regulation, to reflect on the pillars of a European approach to digital transformation by identifying the axes and levers of a research programme to nurture it.
Organisation of the work :
The first step was to organise a workshop around a large group of people interested in digital regulation issues.
The workshop took the form of an exchange platform involving some fifty members, bringing together perspectives from the worlds of academia, business and public policy (France, Europe, United States).
Various themes were addressed during the 8 working sessions of this workshop.
Thematic sessions covered:
- New Democratic Opportunities
- Transformation of Public Action
- Impact of digitisation on social and civic life
- Regulation of the Digital Economy
- Sovereignty, security and rights
- A New International Order?
Results: Drafting, from autumn 2022, of a white paper on these issues at European level and creation of an international working network.