Economy

Animal production in Europe (Eurostat)

Thursday 11 July 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

How has animal production in Europe evolved over the past several decades?


Global wealth and income inequality

Thursday 11 July 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

Over the past fifteen years, thanks to a growing interest in the evolution of global wealth and income inequality, there has been a growing body of scientific literature. 


Visualizing global trade flows

Sunday 12 May 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

What does a country import and export? How will its business evolve over time? What are the drivers of export growth?


Employment by sex and age (Eurostat)

Sunday 12 May 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

Since 1992, Eurostat has been focusing annually on employment rates in Europe by age and gender.


One in ten Europeans lives on tourism 

Tuesday 03 December 2019 | Laszlo Arato
| EUrologus

Tourism is growing fast worldwide, and faster Europe. In 2018 the sector expanded by more than 6%, and now accounts for 10% of the EU's total GDP. People in the industry are working to make tourism smarter and to relieve well-known destinations where locals are fed up with visitors. We look at the last four years of tourism in numbers.


EU falling short of reaching its research & development target 

Monday 11 March 2019 | Kashyap Raibagi
| VoxEurop

The European Union spent 2.04 percent of its GDP on Research and Development (R&D) in the year 2016, 0.96 percentage points short of its Europe 2020 target.


Is Chinese A.I. Bluffing its Way into Europe?   in depth

Thursday 03 October 2019 | Vincent Lorin
| VoxEurop

Locked for years in digital alienation, the EU has set a new standard on data protection and privacy, wrestling back some control from Silicon Valley. But with the coming of age of AI-based applications, Chinese firms strive in turn for a piece of the colony. 


Public enterprises will have to open up their data

Friday 01 February 2019 | Gina Pavone
| OBC Transeuropa

New European legislation will significantly increase the accessibility of data produced with public finances: therefore, data produced by public enterprises, i.e. companies which provide essential services such as public transport to many cities.


Are European data watchdogs prepared for GDPR?  in depth

Wednesday 23 May 2018 | Nikolaj Nielsen
Peter Teffer
Carmen Aguilar
| VoxEurop
EUobserver

European data protection authorities are conducting profoundly different recruitment policies to enforce the EU's upcoming new privacy rules.


Europe still digitally divided 

Friday 29 September 2017 | VoxEurop

Europeans are more and more connected to internet, but there still are huge gaps between regions and countries