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Challenges for Competition Policy in a Digitalised Economy

15-07-2015

This study describes the challenges for competition policy in relation to the digital economy. It explores the specific characteristics of digital economy markets and how these characteristics impact competition policy. The study focusses on competition policy and its instruments such as anti-trust laws, merger regulation, State aid and sector regulation. Neighbouring policy fields such as copyright and data protection are outlined where important but not analysed in detail. This study was prepared ...

This study describes the challenges for competition policy in relation to the digital economy. It explores the specific characteristics of digital economy markets and how these characteristics impact competition policy. The study focusses on competition policy and its instruments such as anti-trust laws, merger regulation, State aid and sector regulation. Neighbouring policy fields such as copyright and data protection are outlined where important but not analysed in detail. This study was prepared by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON).

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Nicolai VAN GORP (Ecorys Netherlands) and Olga BATURA (University of Bremen)

Improving the Coherence of Crisis Management: New Technologies for Command and Control Systems

29-02-2008

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Kristiina Rintakoski (Programme Director, Crisis Management) at Crisis Management Initiative (CMI) in Finland, and Brigardier General Simo Alho (ret.) Former EU Military Staff, Assistant Chief of Staff, Communications and Information Systems Division) Study carried out within the framework agreement between ISIS Europe and the European Parliament

Cultural Diversity in the New Media

01-05-1999

Cultural identity has always been a continuous process where the cultures have been changed due to the influence of several factors, including technological changes. Within the information society, the European cultural diversity is going to face severe upheavals. The final impact is controversial. On one side the new technologies themselves can be a mean for the difision, valorization and safeguard of minority cultures, on the other there is a serious risk of a possible standardization of the cultures ...

Cultural identity has always been a continuous process where the cultures have been changed due to the influence of several factors, including technological changes. Within the information society, the European cultural diversity is going to face severe upheavals. The final impact is controversial. On one side the new technologies themselves can be a mean for the difision, valorization and safeguard of minority cultures, on the other there is a serious risk of a possible standardization of the cultures due to commercial reasons. The information society can be considered both as a community or a market place. If the latter aspect will prevail and the majority of the services will be offered by large multinationals, interested in reaching scale economies, the risk of cultural standardization is evident. If, due to interactivity, the participating cultural model where the users have an active role, will prevail, the offer will be more personalized and the impact on cultural diversity will be positive. The fact the new media will be not mass-media offers better opportunities to minority cultures to express themselves in an information arena tailored by the users, outside centralized control. The de-localization promoted by the new media can constitute a push both to globalism (i.e. the reformulation of cultures outside their original context with the risk of loss of traditions and ways of living) and to "tribalism" (i.e. the identification only with a local community, without recognition of larger levels). Nevertheless, cohesion and safeguard of local cultures, traditionally regarded as diverging objectives, can be conciliated within the information society. The dematerilaIïzation of the cultures makes the offer of information and communication explode anti will have a large positive impact on the difision and on the memorization of the information, anti therefore, of the cultural heritage. The new communities emerging within the information society may have

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Mariagrazia Forcella (Bergamo, Italy)

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