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This paper identifies key areas for leaders to keep the “German model” successful, from developing digitized business cases to future skill requirements and ways to foster entrepreneurship.
As a result of the European debt crisis, start-ups and established small and medium-sized companies have returned into focus for policy-makers in Brussels. They hope that SMEs create more jobs and growth. Despite this, the concerns of SMEs are still not at the heart of economic policy and regulation.
In this policy paper a classification for digital business models is developed, in order to analytically exploit the different scopes and consistently infer politico-economic need for action.
Structural change and economic growth
Between Economic Challenges and Stakeholder Interests
Could a cultural shift in favour of entrepreneurship lead to more innovative start-ups?
Comments on the Public Consultation of the European Commission on the Regulatory Environment for Platforms, Online Intermediaries, Data and Cloud Computing and the Collaborative Economy
Sharing goods, services or knowledge is at the center of the so-called Sharing Economy. Businesses are usually based on online platforms that match demand and supply which is in many cases, but not...