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The Digital Governance Challenge

Dates:
  • Fri 15 Jan 2021 12.00 - 14.00
  Add to Calendar 2021-01-15 12:00 2021-01-15 14:00 Europe/Paris The Digital Governance Challenge

The Florence School of Regulation and the Dauphine Governance & Regulation Chair are organising a closed high-level workshop on the challenges for governance raised by the digital transformation which will be held online in six sessions.

Each session will be organized around a dominant ‘topic’ around which we will reflect on the opportunities and challenges raised by digital technologies for the economy (January 15th), the political governance (January 22nd), the social and civic life (January 29th), the economic regulations (February 5th), the questions of sovereignty/security and rights (February 12th), and finally the global governance (including non-state actors role; February 19th).

Bringing together a group of eminent academics and practitioners from the public and private sectors, whose research or action explores the links between digital transformation and the reshaping of governance systems, it will allow us to deepen our understanding of their close interactions, around four main themes: (i) regulation of the digital economy; (ii) new democratic opportunities; (iii) transformation of public action; (iv) renewal of the international order.

 The objective of the workshop is threefold:

-         To explore how the pillars of a European approach in this area could be developed;

-         To identify the levers of a research and action program to build this approach;

-         To initiate a partnership in order to manage the program.

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The Florence School of Regulation and the Dauphine Governance & Regulation Chair are organising a closed high-level workshop on the challenges for governance raised by the digital transformation which will be held online in six sessions.

Each session will be organized around a dominant ‘topic’ around which we will reflect on the opportunities and challenges raised by digital technologies for the economy (January 15th), the political governance (January 22nd), the social and civic life (January 29th), the economic regulations (February 5th), the questions of sovereignty/security and rights (February 12th), and finally the global governance (including non-state actors role; February 19th).

Bringing together a group of eminent academics and practitioners from the public and private sectors, whose research or action explores the links between digital transformation and the reshaping of governance systems, it will allow us to deepen our understanding of their close interactions, around four main themes: (i) regulation of the digital economy; (ii) new democratic opportunities; (iii) transformation of public action; (iv) renewal of the international order.

 The objective of the workshop is threefold:

-         To explore how the pillars of a European approach in this area could be developed;

-         To identify the levers of a research and action program to build this approach;

-         To initiate a partnership in order to manage the program.


Location:
Online -

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Workshop

Contact:
Elena Parimbelli - Send a mail

Organiser:
Prof. Jean-Michel Glachant (Florence School of Regulation / RSCAS / EUI)

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