APIDE – The Asia Pacific Institute for the Digital Economy
The economic impact of this cohort is set to accelerate now that trading conditions are more favourable. While just 56pc saw revenues rise last year, 90pc are expecting a sales surge in 2015.
Tax challenges, disruption and the digital economy - …
The research - commissioned by Tech City, the Government-backed organisation charged with accelerating the growth of the UK digital economy - found that these new digital start-ups have helped drive the UK’s economic recovery.
“12.4pc of our GDP is attributed to technology and digital business, that’s the highest in the G20,” she told The Telegraph. “We are the most digital nation in the world and it is important that government policy makes the most of this enormous potential.”
The Digital Economy - T20 Germany
The Policy Initiative on Digital Economy was launched at the and deals with questions such as how more overall prosperity can be created in the digital economy, what societal challenges are, and how digitalization creates new opportunities for environmental sustainability and climate protection.
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"The digital economy is expanding at an extraordinary pace, creating jobs and fuelling growth in regions and cities up and down the country, providing security and opportunities for working people," Mr Cameron said.
The sharing economy and digital discrimination: The …
The evolving digital economy will directly impact the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. With digitalisation being high on the G20 agenda, at the Hangzhou Summit as well as during the German G20 Presidency, EPF members aim at generating analyses for sound policy options on how to shape future digital societies in sustainable and inclusive ways.
OECD Digital Economy Papers - OECD iLibrary
Argentina has meanwhile already put The Future of Work at the heart of its G20 Presidency agenda for next year (2018). Building on EPF´s successful contributions around issues of digital infrastructure and skilling, the third edition of , held from 30 October to 2 November 2017 in Beijing, looked at how digital transformation will impact value chains and labour markets in emerging economies. Concrete follow-up initiatives include three country case studies on the basis of scenario-building, with the aim of scoping the impact of technological change in the informal sectors and on gender relations, and a modular approach for analysis and pilot projects around matching skill demand and supply in selected emerging economies. The aim is to continue to inform the T20 and G20 processes with concrete policy options.
Digital Single Market | Digital Economy & Society
The digital, or Internet, economy has transformed many aspects of our lives over the past two decades. How we communicate, entertain ourselves, make decisions, and do business continues to evolve as the digital economy grows in size and importance. Given this transformation, it is becoming even more important for policymakers to consider how the Internet affects our lives and the economy as a whole.
Digital single market | European Commission
The Department of Commerce has played an instrumental role in developing policies that facilitate the digital economy. The Department’s Internet Policy Task Force identifies leading public policy and operational challenges in the Internet environment. The Task Force is committed to maintaining the global free flow of information online. This report provides a framework for understanding the size and nature of some cross border data flows. We do not forecast how data flows would change in response to any given policy decision.