A New Digital Industrial Policy and Data Governance for the Public Interest

One of Luiss Guido Carli‘s strengths is its #engagement with a variety of communities, over and beyond academic’s. Such engagement – an almost innate Luiss University trait – has been extended in scope and refined over time to address pressing, multilevel, and multifaceted societal challenges.

One such challenge is the Digital Revolution and its relentless pace of diffusion that calls for the development of a new approach to policy making, let alone new regulatory frameworks. The Luiss Institute for European Analysis and Policies (Leap) hosted a debate to discuss such issues connecting the academic perspective as put forward by with Maria Savona, the institutional perspective introduced by Francesca Bria, the EU approach illustrated by Roberto Viola and the role of local governments suggested by Jan Porksen.

The debate opened by Valentina Meliciani and moderated by Luca De Biase was enriched by a Q&A with students and colleagues, such as Thomas Christiansen Jannis Kallinikos Archibugi Daniele.