Three solutions to data governance problem, Exploring green technology
Thursday 23 September 2021 – Vol.12 Ed.38.4
Commentary: Solving the transnational data governance problem
By Douglas Arner, Giuliano Castellano and Eriks Selga
Without an international legal framework governing data, domestic policy-makers are developing different systems of rules and processes to extend their jurisdictional control over the digital world. Data governance frameworks are becoming transnational in nature and increasingly fragmented by the designs of the major competing economies. There is no simple solution to this problem, but there are three potential approaches to solving it.
Read the full commentary on the website.
Meeting: Green technology and capital markets
Thursday 30 September, 14:00-15:15 BST
This roundtable will take place during the OMFIF Sustainable Policy Institute symposium, ‘Revolutionising finance for net zero’. The discussion will examine how to leverage digital technologies to enable enhanced climate action. It will focus on using technology for green bond placements, exploring tokenisation, blockchain, smart contracts and the internet of things in driving sustainable finance.
Register to attend here.