Alexandre de Streel, CERRE Academic Director and Professor at the University of Namur, gave a presentation on The Future of the Digital Single Market at the meeting of the D9+.
In this short paper, he discusses what should happen next to stimulate the Digital Single Market. He provides recommendations for smart regulation and policy in uncertain environments, as well as for efficient enforcement to help achieve the EU’s digital leadership ambitions.
The D9+ is a group of Digital Ministers from nine EU Member States, who share high ambitions for the EU Digital Single Market. This meeting gathered around 40 ministers, secretaries of State, advisors, attachés, and senior representatives of the ministries from Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, The Netherlands Poland, and Sweden.