2013 Case Studies to Assess Local Economic Development Potentials Focusing on Information Service Industries
Case Studies to Assess Local Economic Development Potentials Focusing on Information Service Industries
Period of Research
October 2012 ~ October 2013
The ICT sector has been one of the most promising industries during the last few decades. While developed countries currently lead the industry, developing countries too can benefit from ICT development through strategic approach
KRIHS has been contracted by the World Bank to develop a diagnostic framework of information services for two pilot cities, Pune (India) and Chittagong (Bangladesh).
To offer a diagnose tool and strategic guidelines for local government in developing countries where seek their growth through ICT.
To develop a diagnostic framework for local government to identify its own information services specifically IT-Enabled Services (ITES), potentials, and enabling policy options
To implement case studies for two pilot cities, Pune in India and Chittagong in Bangladesh, by applying the diagnostics
Formulating policy guidelines for two cities based on the case study result for achieving high economic growth and promoting social cohesion
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