Emerging Europe Talks people — digital habits with Monika Czerwonka

Two in five Europeans feel that digital technologies are spreading too quickly, while nearly the same amount (39 per cent) say that the pace of change is overwhelming, according to a recent survey by eToro.

Despite the relatively low level of digital penetration, Poland values digital technologies more highly than any of the other nine countries, while Romania’s support for increased digitalisation across various sectors is second only to Poland.

Monika Czerwonka, a professor at the Warsaw School of Economics and an expert in behavioural finance with specific interest in cognitive reflection test and experimental finance, speaks with Andrew Wrobel about how the Covid pandemic has impacted the way we make use of services, shop, invest and spend and what digital skills we will need in the future.

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