The analysis revealed that the main topic of data governance research is its significance for digital technologies. Further aspects of data governance addressed in the literature include use of data as an economic asset, data management, data quality, data protection, compliance and organisation of data in networks. Data governance already plays a more important role in the health sector than in other industries. By effectively coordinating the requirements of business practice and scientific problem analysis, data governance can be better investigated, developed and implemented.
The report examines the current and potential impact of digital trade at home and quantifies the economic value of technological gains enabled by digital trade. It also recommends perceived concerns related to digital trade and how they can be addressed.
From trade in goods then trade in services, we now have digital trade.
In a new discussion paper, President and Co-founder Paul Hofheinz and Deputy Director and Senior Fellow Luukas K. Ilves take a look at the coming challenge – and strategic advantage – for a renewed European digital agenda under the incoming European Commission. The discussion paper looks at three key tests Europe faces: 1) An incomplete single market; 2) an incomplete digital society, and 3) the absence of global digital champions coming from within Europe and proposes an Eight-Point Action Plan for the European institutions and the incoming European Commission. Among the key recommendations are “complete the single market,” upgrade the digital AND the single-market dossiers in a commission restructuring, use co-creation and “design thinking” in policymaking and commit to an “Every European Digital” programme to end Europe’s digital divide.
Digitalization is revolutionizing business models and the relationship between authorities and citizens and between enterprises and consumers creating new opportunities, but also raising some critical issues.
This document focuses on the identification of the advances and challenges related to practices focused on achieving the SDGs for 2030 in Colombia. Having as a central and transversal axis the use, adoption and appropriation of ICT by people, industries and institutions, a roadmap is presented to take full advantage of the opportunities offered by new technologies to not only meet our quota of ODS, but to lead the region in the knowledge economy.
Digitization is revolutionizing our society, transforming human existence, business models and relations between authorities and citizens.
Electronic commerce (e-commerce) is an integral part of business activities, and various models of e-commerce have emerged with liberalisation and technological developments. Global e-commerce trade has seen fast growth, which is predicted to continue in the future.
This report by I-Com assesses the main opportunities for EU consumers and businesses created by the digitalization process.
“The Rise of Asian Platforms: A Regional Survey” is the first comprehensive survey to examine platform companies across Asia. The regions explored include Northeast Asia, China, India and Southeast Asia. The survey identifies 62 major platform companies operating across Asia with a market capitalization of $800 million or more. The market value of the 62 companies now exceeds $1.1 trillion and has a powerful growing influence on shaping markets throughout the region and worldwide.