Romain Bosc is a Research Assistant within the CEPS Regulatory Policy Unit, where he works mainly on digital and related regulatory policies. He organises thematic events for the CEPS Digital Forum, a platform that gathers numerous stakeholders active in the digital economy, forward-looking ICT policy in Europe, the United-States and other regions. Recently, he was actively involved in exploring the impacts of the copyright reform, and in analysing the different attempts to regulate Internet platforms and e-commerce, or in exploring the economic, legal and societal implications coming along with the ‘hyper-connected society’.
Graduated in Political Science (BA, Université Saint-Louis) and International Relations (MA, Université Libre de Bruxelles), Romain complemented his multidisciplinary background with various trainings and professional experiences in EU affairs. Prior to joining CEPS, Romain accomplished a traineeship at the European Commission DG CNECT, where he worked on international collaboration in ICT research & innovation, including the transatlantic dialogue on the information society and various regulatory matters, such as cybersecurity and data protection, ICT standardisation and copyright issues, as well as Internet Governance policy.