Against the background of the impact of digitalization on consumers’ everyday life, a project group under the umbrella of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation addressed the question of what these changes imply for consumer policy. The key results of the project group were condensed in a position paper and are presented today at a public event of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Berlin.
A wide range of experts participated in the project group over a period of one year. The resulting report was empirically routed and edited by Dr. Robert Philipps (Head of the research group ‘Consumer Policy') from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation as well as by ConPolicy team members Prof. Dr. Christian Thorun, Dr. Julius Rauber and Dr. Sara Elisa Kettner. The report can be found here.