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Current Research and Development at SPACEPOL Government Policy Consulting ,

Research and development projects are carried out at The SPACEPOL Corporation in accordance with academic and industry-specific standards. Such standards include the process of peer review and meeting the requirements for publication in vetted scientific publications. All current research projects meet these standards. Previous research projects have also received extensive competition- based funding from scientific bodies and foundations in two or more countries.

Current projects and those nearing completion can be found on this page. Researchers and organizations seeking to partner with SPACEPOL Government Policy Consulting or with individual consultant-researchers are welcome to make an expression of interest via the EU Framework Programme for Research Funding. Expressions of research cooperation interest are also accepted through CONICET Argentina.

Nearing Completion 2017

Technological Revolution as Political Coup D'état
Commenced:  2002-09-21 Univ. Helsinki, Finland
Funding: Various Councils, Foundations Finland, Sweden
Status: Nearing Completion Fall 2015 with 1 Dissertation, 1 Textbook
Subject Code(s): TECH GOVT PUBL BUS079000 POL063000

The project includes first-hand research designed to create a model for better analysing who is involved in deciding various 'Information Society' expenditures from public monies in countries such as Canada, Finland and Sweden.

As a result of an extensive review of empirical information from these and other countries a model for better analysis of lobbying activities and influence from the technology sector is created. The model is referred to as the Integrated Model for Public Technology Policy Analysis (IMPTA). The resulting textbook assembles the IMPTA and illustrates its use for comparing the formation of information technology policy in Canada, Finland and Sweden.

Ongoing Projects 2015-2021 (Non-classified)

Bringing Control of Vital Technological Infrastructure Back Home to Europe and Latin America: Development of Strategies to Revitalize and Repatriate Technology and Know-how.
Commenced:  2020-01-11 --Seeking University Partners--
Funding: --undisclosed--
Status: Commencing Work, Project Plan Completed
Subject Code(s): TECH GOVT PUBL COM083000 POL066000

The project combines the subjects of Public Policy and Computer Science in order to develop national strategies to address the current security concerns of overdependence on US-, UK- and China-based big tech industries for handling of national infrastructure and data.

Both technological and legislative innovations which are favorable to and under the control of sovereign European and Latin American nations are urgently needed at this moment. This project seeks to put into motion deliberations, new research and actual policy proposals which would reclaim national control of vital data, assets and infrastructure from the mainly US-, UK- and China-based big tech industries. The current situation is a grave security risk and a direct threat to national economic development and independence. Legislative changes which curb the ability to turn collected data into assets in the hands of foreign corporations or governments will be reflected on and concrete proposals put forth. Alternative models for technology, cryptography and data asset storage based upon national policies and security arrangements will be developed.

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