26.05.2021
Elinor Ostrom: The Case for a Messy Federalism

In studying real-world alternatives to state control and organisation via the market, Elinor Ostrom urges us to expand the notion of what democracy means.

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15.03.2021
A Democratic Counteroffer to China’s Digital Power

The EU and the US have to navigate bilateral differences and work with like-minded countries to formulate a response to China’s techno-authoritarianism.

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15.02.2021
Taking Back Control from Big Tech: The EU’s Digital Package

The digital space needs to be regulated according to a new set of principles that protect fundamental rights but also user freedoms.

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10.02.2021
Just Transition: Time for a Rethink?

Spain is leading the way with just transition, but the concept needs bringing up to speed to account for the impacts of accelerating digitalisation and automation.

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04.02.2021
A Socio-Ecological Contract for a Post-Pandemic Europe

A conversation with the ETUI general director on what the pandemic has meant for workers and the window of opportunity to achieve a just and green recovery.

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30.11.2020
Connect the City: Rights, Justice and the Digital Divide

The answer to Barcelona’s digital divide is a politics that puts people and rights at the centre of the digital transition.

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22.07.2019
Do We Want to Advance Towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

In the first of a three-part series, we look at how blind optimism must be replaced by a societal debate in which technological advances are held accountable.

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25.06.2018
Working in the Digital Age: the Future of Companies and Regulation

Rapid and widespread digitalisation has transformed the organisation of work. How can the company adapt?

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10.04.2018
Out of Pocket: Sweden and the End of Cash

Riding a new wave of digitalisation, Sweden pioneers the end of the banknote.

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11.07.2017
Understanding The Digital Revolution And What It Means

What concrete changes can we expect from the ‘digital revolution’ & how can we deal with changes to work, policy-wise? Does a basic income help?

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