European Digital Single Market (EU)

EENI- School of International Business

Subject: the Digital Single Market of the European Union. Syllabus:

  1. The European Union Electronic Commerce Directive
  2. The European Union's strategy for the creation of a European Digital Single Market
  3. The Digital Agenda for Europe
  4. The two pillars of the digital single market: a free and open e-market
  5. Facilitating on-line access to services and products across the EU
  6. Removing national barriers to online operations

The objectives of the subject “European Digital Single Market (EU)” are:

  1. To know the Electronic Commerce Directive of the EU
  2. To understand the concept of the European Digital Single Market (EU)
  3. To analyse the advantages for the EU, countries, companies and citizens
  4. To evaluate the objectives and results of the European Single Market
The subject “European Digital Single Market (EU)” is studied...
  1. Doctorate: Europe
  2. Online Masters: European Union, International Business
  3. Course: EU Single Market

Languages of study English or Spanish Mercado Digital French EU Portuguese EU.

Sample of the subject - the European Digital Single Market (EU):
European Digital Single Market (EU)

Description of the Subject - the European Digital Single Market:

In 2015 the European Commission published the EU Strategy for the creation of a European Digital Market, based on two pillars: a safe and free market. This European digital single market should:

  1. Facilitate online access to services and products across the EU
  2. Optimising digital services and infrastructures in the EU
  3. Promoting the digital economy of the European Union

In addition to relaunching the European economy.

The European digital single market will expand the digital economy of the EU (€ 415 billion when implemented) and member countries: Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, the Czech Republic, Romania and Sweden.

The European Union estimates that only...

  1. 15% of Europeans buy products from other European Union countries online
  2. 7% of SMEs export products online to other European countries

Main problems detected in developing the European Single Market:

  1. Fragmentation of European markets
  2. Regulatory barriers

The European Digital Single Market (EU) belongs to the European Economic Area (Europe) of the Western Civilisation.

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