Category Archives: Governance

Identification and assessment of existing and draft EU legislation in the digital field relevant for AIDA Committee

Client: European Parliament Duration: 2021 – 2022 Consortium: Open Evidence (partner) Methodology: Legislative Review Tools: Literature Review The overall objective of this study is to obtain ‘an overview of all existing and planned EU legislation in the digital field, together with an assessment of the interactions amongst these pieces of (draft) legislation’. To achieve this […]

Study on the “Europe’s digital decade and autonomy”

Client: European Parliament Duration: 2021 – 2021 Consortium: Open Evidence (leader) Methodology: Exploratory Study Tools: Literature Review, Interviews, Data Analysis Geographical scope: EU27 The  study contributes to the  debate on Europe’s digital policy in different ways. First, it provides an analysis of the trends, including promises, challenges, and risks of each of the four cardinal […]

Regional and local data-driven innovation through collective intelligence and sandboxing (ELISE)

Client: JRC Duration: 2021 – 2022 Consortium: Open Evidence (partner), Intellera, Technopolis, OASC Methodology: Exploratory study Tools: Literature Review, Interviews, Workshop, Data Analysis, Case Studies, Modelling Fieldwork: Spain, Italy, Finland, Poland Geographical scope: EU27 The overarching goal of the project consists of understanding the policy implications of the adoption and development of regional and local […]

Exploring Digital Government Transformation in the EU: understanding public sector innovation in a data-driven society

Client: JRC Duration: 2018 – 2020 Consortium: Open Evidence (partner), PPMI, RAND Europe, Politecnico di Milano Tools: Literature Review, Workshop, Case Studies Geographical scope: EU27 This study is aimed at better understanding how innovation in the public sector, enabled by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), can transform governance systems and how governments can take advantage […]

Study on online gambling and adequate measures for the protection of consumers of gambling services

The objective of this study was to assess the behavioural response of consumers of online gambling services to protective measures tested in experimental settings. While online gambling is crossing borders by nature, protective measures for consumers are fragmented across the Member States of the EU. As there are no EU measures existing alongside the various […]