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Digital Transformation in Transport, Construction, Energy, Government and Public Administration

Gianmarco Baldini, Marcello Barboni, Flavio Bono, Blagoj Delipetrev, Néstor Duch Brown, Enrique Fernandez Macias, Konstantinos Gkoumas, Elisabeth Joossens, Anna Kalpaka, Daniel Nepelski (), Maria Nunes de Lima, Andrea Pagano, Giuseppe Prettico, Jose Ignacio Sanchez Martin, Maciej Sobolewski (), Jean Paul Triaille, Anastasios Tsakalidis and Maria Cesira Urzì Brancati
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Gianmarco Baldini: European Commission - JRC,
Marcello Barboni: European Commission - JRC,
Flavio Bono: European Commission - JRC,
Blagoj Delipetrev: European Commission - JRC,
Enrique Fernandez Macias: European Commission - JRC,
Konstantinos Gkoumas: European Commission - JRC,
Elisabeth Joossens: European Commission - JRC,
Anna Kalpaka: European Commission - JRC,
Maria Nunes de Lima: European Commission - JRC,
Andrea Pagano: European Commission - JRC,
Giuseppe Prettico: European Commission - JRC,
Jose Ignacio Sanchez Martin: European Commission - JRC,
Jean Paul Triaille: European Commission - JRC,
Anastasios Tsakalidis: European Commission - JRC,

Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Enrique Fernandez-Macias

No JRC116179, JRC Working Papers from Joint Research Centre (Seville site)

Abstract: This report provides an analysis of digital transformation (DT) in a selection of policy areas covering transport, construction, energy, and digital government and public administration. DT refers in the report to the profound changes that are taking place in all sectors of the economy and society as a result of the uptake and integration of digital technologies in every aspect of human life. Digital technologies are having increasing impacts on the way of living, of working, on communication, and on social interaction of a growing share of the population. DT is expected to be a strategic policy area for a number of years to come and there is an urgent need to be able to identify and address current and future challenges for the economy and society, evaluating impact and identifying areas requiring policy intervention. Because of the very wide range of interrelated domains to be considered when analysing DT, a multidisciplinary approach was adopted to produce this report, involving experts from different domains. For each of the four sectors that are covered, the report presents an overview of DT, DT enablers and barriers, its economic and social impacts, and concludes with the way forward for policy and future research.

Keywords: Digital transformation; Construction; Transport; Energy; Digital Government (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019-12
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