Saturday, 15 October 2011

EU2020: Competitiveness, innovation and digital single market

A while ago I wrote a series of blog posts about the controversies regarding the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA):

IPR trade protection: ACTA controversy

Innovation and competitiveness

Then, I turned to innovation, competitiveness and information society issues in line with the Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth (EU2020).

Part of the series followed competitiveness reforms in Denmark, in an attempt to see how the EU countries can learn from each other:

A Digital Agenda for Sweden

EU2020 growth reforms Denmark: Policy outcomes

EU2020 and WEF: Competitiveness

EU2020: Learning from the best

Productive and sustainable Denmark

Denmark: Competitiveness challenges

EU2020: Denmark aims for high employment

EU2020: Research and development quality in Denmark

EU2020: Innovation Union evaluates RDI in Denmark

Digital Single Market

The EU2020 growth strategy, its flagship initiative A Digital Agenda for Europe and the reform package known as the Single Market Act all contribute towards what could become the Digital Single Market.

Earlier blog posts offer background to a new series about politics and law in the digital world, but this is only the beginning:

EU Digital Single Market

EU-kuuleminen televisiosta ja elokuvasta digimaailmassa

Ralf Grahn