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.
Author: Francesco Franco
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