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The EU blue economy report 2022

In its fifth edition, the EU Blue Economy Report continues to analyse the scope and size of the Blue Economy in the European Union.

It aims at providing support to policymakers and stakeholders in the quest for a sustainable development of oceans, coastal resources and, most notably, to the development and implementation of polices and initiatives under the European Green Deal in line with the new approach for a sustainable Blue Economy.

Through its economic evidence, the Report also seeks to serve as a source of inspiration to investors.

The EU blue economy report 2022 (PDF)

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Digital economics

Digital economy and digital rights

Maria Yaroslavets, IE-110i, KNEU

Introduction

My mission is to consider the topic of the digital economy and digital rights. I will highlight what is the digital economy, the digital core and compare digital and traditional economy. Also I will explain what are digital rights, their origin and types of digital rights.

I have chosen these topic, because I think that people will never stop using Internet, so it will be useful to investigate all about digital rights and the digital economy. I do believe that the strength of the Internet lies in its open and free nature. This is the source of its immense power for positive change.

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Digital economics rights

Digital economy and digital rights

Oleksandr Bobrov & Artem Lypesii, МЕ-111і, KNEU

Introduction

The digіtal revolution has transformed our lives and societies with unprecedented speed and scale, delivering immense opportunities as well as daunting challenges. New technologіes can make significant contributions to realizing the Sustainable Development Goals, but we cannot take positive outcomes for granted.

We must urgently improve international cooperation if we are to achieve the full social and economic potential of digital technology, while avoiding unintended consequences. Digіtal advances have generated enormous wealth in record time, but that wealth has been concentrated around a small number of individuals, companies and countries.

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