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The Global Information Technology Report 2013: Growth and Jobs in a Hyperconnected World PDF Print E-mail

The 12th edition of The Global Information Technology Report (GITR) is being released at a time of cautious optimism after a long period of economic uncertainty that has transformed the global economic outlook. While uncertainty in the euro zone and the risk of political deadlock in the United States still persist and could derail the tentative economic recovery in developed economies, the risk of a financial and economic meltdown with unprecedented consequences seems more remote than it did a year ago. Overall, developed economies are striving to return to higher levels of competitiveness while fighting the stubbornly high levels of unemployment, especially among youth; at the same time, developing and emerging economies are focusing on innovation as a prerequisite to sustain the high economic growth rates they have experienced in the past decade and leapfrog toward higher levels of economic and social prosperity.

The Global Information Technology Report 2013 features the latest results of the NRI, offering an overview of the current state of ICT readiness in the world. This year’s coverage includes a record number of 144 economies, accounting for over 98 percent of global GDP. A number of essays on the role of ICTs to promote growth and jobs in an increasingly hyperconnected world, as well as policy case studies on developing ICTs, are featured in the Report, together with a comprehensive data section—including detailed profiles for each economy covered and data tables with global rankings for the NRI’s 54 indicators.

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Author : Beñat Bilbao-Osorio, Soumitra Dutta, and Bruno Lanvin, Editors
Source : World Economic Forum
Topic :   Substructure, Information technology and Media  
File type : PDF
Year : 2013
Keyword : information technology, economy, economic growth, global economic, competitiveness, unemployment, high economic growth, e-government, digitization, knowledge based economy, investment in telecommunication, mobile data,

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