Digital economic policy the economics of digital markets from a European Union perspective

"The emergence of new technologies and business models such as data analytics, online platforms, and artificial intelligence has shaken the economy and society at their foundations. Recently, it has become apparent that public authorities must take a pro-active role to define the rules of the n...

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Main Author: Mariniello, Mario (Author)
Resource Type: Book
Language:English
Published: Oxford New York Oxford University Press [2022]
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