Digital Trade vs Cyber Nationalism

Digital Trade vs Cyber Nationalism

This special issue of Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance explores various aspects of the conflict between an open, globally interconnected Internet, and current trends toward protectionism and cyber-nationalism. While there is a growing amount of scholarly literature on digital economy and trade, few scholars are looking at the issue holistically, in a way that includes issues in trade theory, measurement and definition of digital trade, national security, and human rights as well as trade policy. The papers in this issue try to span all of those dimensions.


Data Flows and National Security: a conceptual framework to assess restrictions on data flows under GATS security exception,Data flows and the digital economy: information as a mobile factor of production,Digital trade in Latin America: mapping issues and approaches,Externalizing Europe: the global effects of European Data Protection,Special Issue on Digital Trade vs Cyber Nationalism,Trade Regimes as a Tool for Cyber Policy

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