Futures of interpenetration of criminal and lawful economic activities - Workshop #2
We organise a series of three workshops: the first two are devoted to devise scenarios, while the third one will derive policy implications.
Time & Location
Jun 26, 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM GMT+2
About the event
On behalf of the European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, the “Foresight on Demand” consortium is conducting a foresight-like project “European R&I foresight and public engagement for Horizon Europe”. Eight deep-dive studies are to be conducted in 2023, leading to policy briefs to support European Union and national policy-makers. One of these topics is the “Futures of interpenetration of criminal and lawful economic activities” with a time horizon of 2040.
Please express your interest to contribute to building scenarios on the “Futures of interpenetration of criminal and lawful economic activities” by filling in the form below. This Deep Dive project considers – among other issues – the possibility of identifying, differentiating, and controlling criminal and lawful economic activities, the relevant trend and drivers shaping the possible futures for the interpenetration of these activities, the level of control technically feasible and socially and economically desirable to fight the interpenetration of criminal economic activities. The policy brief will highlight the major implications for EU and national policy-makers, with an emphasis on research and innovation policies.
We organise a series of three workshops: the first two of those are devoted to devise scenarios, while the third one will derive policy implications:
- the 1st scenario WS is to be held from 10:00 to 13:00 on 12 June 2023,
- the 2nd scenario WS is to be held from 16:30 to 19:30 on 26 June 2023,
- the policy implications WS is to be held in September (tba).