Oxford Research is increasingly involved in assessing and advising governmental and non-governmental organisations of the various aspect of digitalisation across various sectors and policies. In recent years we have advised municipalities on the impact of digital commerce, regions on digital readiness of SMEs and the impact of digitalisation on labour market and education systems, and central governments on the impact of increased accessibility of digital services across countries.

Digital policy cuts cross traditional sectors, themes and geographical borders and therefore entails significant complexity and requires a multidisciplinary approach. To contribute in this area, Oxford Research has assembled a team covering most social sciences and different sectors and thematic areas, as well as bringing the necessary methodological techniques.

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Andrew Howard
Chief Analyst

Examples of previous work

Report on the EU Single Window framework

Oxford Research has, in cooperation with Coffey, Economisti Associati and wedoIT, produced a study to support the impact assessment of the EU Single Window environment for customs. Since the early 2010’s the European Commission has been working through its Taxation and Customs Union Directorate-General (DG TAXUD) to initiate development of an EU Single Window environment for customs.
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