Digital & Technology
Project
March 31, 2021

The Impact of the Regulatory Environment on Digital Automation in Professional Services

This study explores the current state of play in digital automation and the potential for further automation in the near future in four business services sectors: engineering, architectural services, legal, and accounting services.

The study develops a methodology to identify the relevant factors contributing to the observed automation trends in these sectors in different EU countries. The research will focus on the impact of national business and regulatory environments on digital automation.

The study is part of a larger project that E4P is currently doing in partnership with Prometeia and BIP.


Author: Francesco Franco

Nova SBE Economics for Policy Knowledge Center

Economics for Policy at Nova School of Business and Economics is a knowledge center dedicated to applying fundamental tools from economics to relevant issues in business and public policy. The center will bring together scientific coherence and real world experience to analyze key challenges facing private and public sector organizations.

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#tech4COVID19 Fights the Pandemic

Learn more about the movement that started on March 14th and counts with 4000+ people: engineers, designers, marketers, health professionals, among many other specialties.

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Playing for the Planet

How can the fastest growing media platform in the world be harnessed to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals and the urgent global needs they represent?

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Digital Acceleration Index @ Scale Portugal

BCG, Google and Nova SBE defined the objective of measuring the digitization of the economy in Portugal, using the DAI survey - Digital Acceleration Index, a benchmark tool developed by BCG and adapted to the Portuguese context by Nova SBE, which has already has been used in more than 5,000 organizations.

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