Cross-border data flows govern almost everything we do today. States are facing a dilemma between protection of their data and benefits from free-flow. Europe faces a challenge from the US, the dominating actor in the digital world, and a threat from China’s authoritarian model. Europe must make choices to strengthen its position in the digital field.
AI is a unique opportunity for France and Europe to position itself as a leader in safe and trustworthy AI.
Economic security is an important notion that provides strategic coherence and clarity to the set of defensive, pro-innovation and (so far timid) pro-industry steps that the EU has been taking. It could also provide a convincing selling point to gain wider support across the EU for bolder public policies, including in the area of trade, in a way to guarantee European prosperity and resilience.
This second edition of the barometer is a compass to better understand the impact of production taxes on competitiveness in France and in Europe.
François Godement, Institut Montaigne’s Senior Advisor for Asia, assesses the characteristics and flaws of China’s stimulus plan, and of the overall Chinese economic model.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, China has been one of the most conservative and restrictive regarding its economy. What is its economic outlook in 2022?
Four priority levers to decarbonize air transport by 2050.
China Trends #11 by Institut Montaigne
How can France become a leader in innovation?
After the Covid-19 crisis, China trumped economic expectations and experienced a rapid recovery. What can we expect for the country’s future?
FinTech is at a turning point in Chinaas the Chinese government is seeking to strike a new balance between FinTech innovation and regulation.
Concrete recommendations to make responsible capitalism possible in Europe.
This transition calls for a change, from a linear model of society to a circular model that turns waste into resources.