Interoperability in the Digital Economy

Author:Wolfgang Kerber - Heike Schweitzer
Position::Professor of Economics, Marburg Centre for Institutional Economics, School of Business & Economics, Philipps-University Marburg - Professor of Law and Managing Director of the Institute for German and European Economic Law, Competition Law and Regulatory Law, Freie Universität Berlin

Interoperability has become a buzzword in European policy debates on the future of the digital economy. In its Digital Agenda, the EU Commission has identified a lack of interoperability as one of the significant obstacles to a thriving digital economy. The EU Commission and a number of other actors have advocated far-reaching policies for ensuring the interoperability of digital goods, services, ... (see full summary)

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