Quality education through new forms and means

Hits: 1The European institutions suggested some new education methods and tools to help schools and universities in the member states to accommodate to modern challenges and to activate progressive sustainability teaching. All levels of education and training in the states (incl. schools and universities) have to reach three vital objectives. 

Reforming European customs union: facing new challenges

Hits: 14New Commission’s legislative proposals reveal a new vision for the EU-wide customs union. New draft puts in place an updated and modernised framework based on three interlinked areas of action: a) providing greater simplifications for businesses, especially EU importers; b) facilitating more active collaboration between customs authorities at the EU-wide level, in order to […]

Facilitating access to finance for European SMEs

Hits: 16The EU and other investment facilities (e.g. UniCredit) have intensified their efforts to provide necessary financial support to businesses in Central and Eastern European countries to transition along sustainable growth directions and creating additional employment. SMEs in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia will be able to accelerate their transition towards “greener […]

“Green” and climate legislation in the European political economy

Hits: 5The EU institutions provide necessary support to the member states in accomplishing the “green deal” objectives in a cost-effective manner. Recent guidelines on state aid include sections on energy efficiency and infrastructure, clean mobility and circular economy, pollution reduction and restoration of biodiversity, as well as measures to ensure security of energy supply. Besides, […]

Digital service in the EU: legal aspects

Hits: 5Recent Digital Services Act is aimed at ringing transparency and accountability of platforms and search engines while giving consumers control over online operations. The EU adopts modern legal framework that ensures the safety of online users, establishes governance with the protection of fundamental rights and maintains fair and open online platform structures.   

Modern European digital service and AI legislation

Hits: 6Recently, in mid-April, the Commission officially opened in the Joint Research Centre in Seville, Spain the European Centre for Algorithmic Transparency, ECAT. The ECAT will provide the Commission with in-house technical and scientific expertise to ensure that algorithmic systems used by the EU-wide online platforms and search engines comply with the risk management, mitigation […]

Digital nomads: modern labor force’s experience in Europe

Hits: 3Working remotely becomes a fashion for a lot of people. Below is the list of the best destinations for online/distant workers with a good quality of life – often even better then at home – with a lower level of expenses and affordable living costs. This information is for those looking for a destination […]

Cutting red-tape will assist business and the EU digital transformation

Hits: 5New Commission’s proposal is aimed at cutting red-tape in corporate activity, improving its efficiency and facilitating trust in corporate entities working in the European single market. Besides, the proposal is about achieving more digitalised and connected cross-border national public services for all companies, in particular for SMEs.  

ChatGPTs: perspective application for employment

Hits: 16At the present level of artificial intelligence technology’s development, the ChatGPTs (generative pre-trained transformers) have become the most attractive and discussed issue, together with learning language models, both around the world and in Europe. Some users have already found that such artificial intelligence’s chatbots represent a useful tool, while others found certain limitations and […]

Contemporary EU political economy: accounts of recent steps

Hits: 15Tackling energy crisis has been presently the headache for the EU and the member states’ governance. Besides, demographic changes in the EU also present problems for development. For the national political economy in modern time it is vital to improve understanding of how companies can build resilience to external challenges and crises. Finally, new […]