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ICT Indicators and Implications for Methods for Assessing Socioeconomic Impact of ICT

ACCESS TARIFFS ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION OF TECHNOLOGY ADULT LITERACY AFFORDABLE ACCESS APPLICATION OF INFORMATION ARCHIVE ARRANGEMENTS ARTICLES BANDWIDTH BENCHMARK BEST PRACTICE BIBLIOGRAPHY BROADBAND BROADBAND CONNECTIONS BROADBAND CONNECTIVITY BROADCASTING BUSINESS ACTIVITY BUSINESS ADOPTION BUSINESS CLIMATE BUSINESS SECTOR BUSINESS VALUE BUSINESSES BUYER CAPABILITIES CAPABILITY CAPACITY BUILDING CAPACITY-BUILDING CELLULAR PHONES CENSORSHIP CLASSIFICATION CLASSIFYING CLUSTERING COMMON DENOMINATOR COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY COMPETITIVENESS COMPUTERS CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK CONNECTIVITY CONSUMER PROTECTION CONTENTS CPI CREDIT CARD DATA ENTRY DATA MANIPULATION DATA STORAGE DESCRIPTION DIGITAL ACCESS DIGITAL BUSINESS DIGITAL DEVELOPMENT DIGITAL DIVIDE DIGITAL OPPORTUNITY DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT DIGITAL SERVICE DIGITAL SERVICES DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY DOI DSL E-BUSINESS E-BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT E-BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT E-COMMERCE E-DOCUMENTS E-GOVERNMENT E-LEARNING E-MAIL E-PAYMENT E-READINESS E-READINESS INDEX E-READINESS RANKING E-READINESS RANKINGS E-STRATEGIES E-STRATEGY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC IMPACT ECONOMIES OF SCALE EGOVERNMENT ENABLING ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENTS ESP FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREIGN TRADE FUNCTIONALITIES FUNCTIONALITY GLOBAL ECONOMY GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE GOVERNMENT POLICY GOVERNMENT SERVICES HARD COPY HARMONIZATION HEALTH CARE WORKERS HOME PAGE HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RESOURCES ICT ID INDEXES INDICES INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION ECONOMIES INFORMATION SERVICES INFORMATION SOCIETY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INNOVATION INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION INTERFACE INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICES INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS INTERNATIONAL TRADE INTERNET ACCESS INTERNET BANDWIDTH INTERNET COMMERCE INTERNET HOSTS INTERNET SECURITY INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS INTERNET SERVICES INTERNET USE IP ISP ISPS IT COMPANIES KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY KNOWLEDGE FOR DEVELOPMENT LABOR FORCE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL FRAMEWORKS LEGAL SYSTEMS LICENSE LICENSE FEE LICENSE FEES LICENSES LICENSING LITERACY RATE LOGIC MARKET OPPORTUNITIES MATERIAL METADATA MOBILE NETWORKS MOBILE PHONE MOBILE PHONES MULTIMEDIA NETWORKS NEW TECHNOLOGIES NEW TECHNOLOGY ONLINE COMMERCE ONLINE OPERATIONS ONLINE PUBLIC SERVICES ONLINE SERVICES PATENTS PC PCS PERSONAL COMPUTERS POLICY MAKERS PRIVATE SECTOR PROCUREMENT PRODUCERS PROPERTY RIGHTS PROTOCOL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION QUALITY OF SERVICE REGISTRY REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT RELATIVE VALUE RESULT RESULTS SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SERVERS SERVICES TO CITIZENS SITES SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT TAXATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL SKILLS TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES TELECOM TELECOMMUNICATION TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELEMEDICINE TELEPHONE TELEPHONE CONNECTION TELEPHONE LINES TELEPHONES TELEPHONY TELEVISIONS TEXT UNIQUE VISITORS USER USERS USES VALUE CHAIN VIDEO WAP WEB WEB SITE WEBSITE WEBSITES WIFI WIRELESS APPLICATION PROTOCOL
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Egypt, Arab Republic of
2014-05-15T21:10:58Z | 2014-05-15T21:10:58Z | 2012

This report is being delivered pursuant to the agreement (Agreement) between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of the Arab Republic of Egypt (MCIT) and the World Bank (Bank) for the provision by the Bank of technical assistance (RTA) to MCIT and certain of its affiliates. One of those affiliates is the Information Technology Industry Development Authority (ITIDA). When it comes to designing and implementing ICT policies, the availability of proper indicators is key to efficiency and effectiveness. However, the indicators should go further, and should help policymakers also to measure how well the sector or projects are performing, provide an assessment over time on the status of a project, program, or policy, promote credibility and public confidence by reporting on the results of programs, provide in-depth information about public sector performance, help formulate and justify budget requests, and identify potentially promising programs or practices for duplication or scalability. Thus, this report is composed of the following sections: (i) a discussion of indicator types, in particular impact indicators and their constraints; (ii) an overview of the institutional setup of ICT data in Egypt; (iii) ICT data categories and methodologies used by major international indices and reports, including an analysis of Egypt's strong and weak results in the indices; (iv) a mapping and gap analysis between the indices' indicators and those currently collected by Egypt; (v) a set of recommendations for Egypt and (vi) implications of this work with respect to analyzing the socioeconomic impact of ICTs on investment, trade, growth and education in Egypt.

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