Volume 4: Regulatory and Financial Burdens of EU-legislation in four Member states – a comparative study
European family businesses suffer because of the consequences of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It causes unnecessary costs and creates confusion because the same rules do not apply everywhere in the EU. This is the result of an empirical study conducted by the Centres for European Policy Network (cep) and Prognos AG on behalf of the Stiftung Familienunternehmen.
The study examines the regulatory density and economic costs of the GDPR in four Member States: Germany, France, Italy and Austria. This study on the GDPR is the fourth and last part of a comprehensive research project on EU bureaucracy.
You can find the complete study on the Website of the Foundation for Family Businesses: www.stiftung-familienunternehmen.de
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