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Author Mărcuț, Mirela.

Title Crystalizing the EU Digital Policy : an exploration into the digital single market / Mirela Marcut.

Published Cham : Springer, 2017.
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Series Springer Economics and Finance eBooks 2017 English+International
Contents ""Preface""; ""Contents""; ""Chapter 1: Theoretical Aspects on the Digital Economy and Information Society""; ""1.1 Introduction""; ""1.2 Theoretical Framework""; ""1.3 Brief Conceptual Clarifications""; ""1.3.1 Digital Space""; ""1.3.2 Digitization""; ""1.3.3 Information Society""; ""1.4 Conclusion""; ""References""; ""Chapter 2: Mapping the Beginning of the Information Society in the EEC/EU""; ""2.1 Introduction""; ""2.2 Building the Information Society: Context and Necessity""; ""2.3 â#x80;#x9C;New Technologiesâ#x80;#x9D; in Society, Economy, and in the Community""
""2.4 The Community Dimension: Booster for the Information Society""""2.5 Research and Technological Development: Creating the Basic Architecture of the Information Society (1985â#x80;#x93;1994)""; ""2.6 The Information Society Beyond Delorsâ#x80;#x99; Tenure""; ""2.7 From the Information Society to the Digital Market""; ""2.8 Advent of the Digital Single Market""; ""2.9 Digital Single Market Towards a Data Economy/Data Society""; ""2.10 Mapping the Evolution of the Single Market in the EEC/EU""; ""2.11 The Internal Market: Delorsâ#x80;#x99; Magnum Opus""; ""2.12 Conclusion""; ""References""
""Chapter 3: Single Market and the Digital Single Market""""3.1 Introduction""; ""3.2 Single Market Versus Digital Single Market: Conceptualization of Terms Based on Integration Theories""; ""3.2.1 Single Market""; ""3.2.2 Digital Single Market""; ""3.3 Foundations of the Two Markets""; ""3.3.1 Liberalization and Collective Action""; ""3.3.2 International Dimensions of the Two Markets""; ""3.4 Barriers of the Two Markets""; ""3.4.1 Physical Barriers""; ""3.4.2 Technical Barriers""; ""3.4.3 Fiscal Barriers""; ""3.4.4 Social Barriers""
""3.5 Widening and Deepening the Two Markets""""3.5.1 Widening""; ""3.5.2 Deepening""; ""References""; ""Chapter 4: Crystallizing the EU Digital Policy""; ""4.1 Introduction""; ""4.2 Single Market Policy Cycle""; ""4.3 Single Market Governance Cycle""; ""4.4 Digital Policy Cycle""; ""4.5 Governance Cycle of the Digital Single Market""; ""4.5.1 Adopt Legislation""; ""4.5.2 Transpose Digital Legislation""; ""4.5.3 Inform About the Legislation""; ""4.5.4 Enable the Legislation""; ""4.5.5 Connect Authorities""; ""4.5.6 Solve and Evaluate""; ""4.6 Actors in the Union Digital Policy""
""4.6.1 Policy Actors at the Supranational Level""""4.6.2 Supranational Political Actors""; ""4.6.2.1 European Council and the Council of the European Union""; ""4.6.2.2 The European Parliament""; ""4.6.2.3 Court of Justice of the European Union""; ""4.6.2.4 BEREC""; ""4.6.2.5 European Commission""; ""4.7 National Policy Actors Involved in Digital Policies""; ""4.7.1 National (Including Local and Regional) Governments and Parliaments""; ""4.7.2 National Regulatory Authorities""; ""4.8 Interest Groups""; ""4.8.1 Telecom Companies and Consumer Organizations""
Summary This book explores the intricate connection between the Single Market, characterized by the freedom of movement of goods, services, capital and labor within and across Europe, and the Digital Single Market, the virtual space that promotes freedom of movement of information and data. Both a result and catalyst of the Single Market, the Digital Single Market has become a different space from the Single Market, as the former is based on the application of information and communication technologies (ICTs), while the latter is the result of concerted actions and concessions by Member States in the European Union. The author argues that, similar to the Single Market, the Digital Single Market is an instrument, built by the influence of the Internet, which can provide a new means of socio-economic growth and development in Europe. While sharing many similar characteristics, the Single Market and the Digital Single Market diverge in important aspects, particularly with respect to policy. The research analyzes the interaction between policy actors, their influence in the European decision-making process, and their interests in order to establish a digital policy model, in comparison with market policy. Moreover, this volume considers the implementation process and the success of such initiatives under the current policy model, and puts forward policy recommendations. Ultimately, the author considers the utility of such research on digital policy, considering the current focus on migration, vulnerabilities to internal challenges (e.g., Brexit) and security threats, maintaining that the discussion of digital policies relates to an innovative vision of the European integration process and prospects for its future.-- Provided by publisher.
Other author SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Electronic commerce -- European Union countries.
Digital media -- European Union countries.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319692272 (electronic bk.)
3319692275 (electronic bk.)
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3319692267
9783319692265
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