Authors: Jan Hylén and Robin Vetter. Edited by Erik Helldén
At the start of 2019, most European policy professionals agreed that there was an itch that needed to be scratched. Amid all the discussion about what was going on with migration, climate change and the future of work, something was hovering above it all: digitalisation.
Digitalisation is a buzzword of sorts and, the google searches for the word are continually increasing. But, beyond being a buzzword, it is a way to put a searchable tag on drastic, societal development. Digitalisation is nothing in itself – you cannot digitalise nothing – but rather, a change that is more or less considered to be happening to other things.