WSIS Thematic Meeting
7-9 February 2005
World Bank
ESCW A
Measuring the Information Society
WSIS Plan of Action, E, 28 f)
“All countries and regions should develop
tools so as to provide statistical information
on the Information Society, with basic
OSILAC
indicators and analysis of its key dimensions.
Priority should be given to setting up coherentObservatory for the Information Society in Latin America
and the Caribbean
and internationally comparable indicator
systems, taking into account different levels
Martin Hilbert ([email protected])
of development.”
Doris Olaya ([email protected])
Measuring the Information Society
…among
others…
• Telecom industry
• Schools and
universities
• Ministries and
Municipalities
• etc, etc…
…among
others…
• Households
• Enterprises and
establishments
• Expenditures/
consumption
• Special surveys
• etc, etc…
WSIS Plan of Action:
6 j) to ensure that more than half the world’s inhabitants have access to ICTs within their reach.
Estimates of total Internet users in the Latin America region (2001)
in millions
140
120
Pyramid Research
(EIU)
Jupiter
100
eMarketer
80
IDC 1999
Lehman Brothers
60
NetSizer
40
ITU
20
Morgan Stanley Dean
Witter
0
1995
1998 1999 2000
2001 2002 2003 2004
2005
WSIS Plan of Action:
16 c) Government policies should favour assistance to, and growth of SMMEs, in the ICT industry, as
well as their entry into e-business, to stimulate economic growth and job creation as an element of a
strategy for poverty reduction through wealth creation.
% companies
Chilean enterprises
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
92.6
84.9
73.55
63.61
67.9
large
m edium
s m all-m ed
s m all
50.12
37
33.25
23.24
24.61
16.6
37.0
Internet
access
Bank
accounting
with
suppliers
Bank funds
transfer
33.2
73.5
63.6
50.1
23.2
Information
on prices/
offers with
suppliers
24.6
14.91
5.6
Product or
service
quotations
with
suppliers
25.9
17.3
16.1
7.7
Salary
payment
Colombian enterprises
60
53.7
% Companies
Indus trial m anufacturing s ector
48.2
50
Com m ercial s ector
40
Services s ector
30
21.1
20
15.6
18.3
13.8
10
11.35
9.3
2.6
2.83
2.0
2.8
0
Internet
access
E mail
Data
exchange
Funds
transfer
0.3 0.01 0.01
0.7 0.1
0.1
Automation
Automation
of production of processes
Source: Survey "Access and use of ITCs in Chilean companies " 2001. Subsecretaría de Economía, Santiago de Chile, Augost 2002,
Source: Survey "ITC measurement " for the maufactuing sector, commercial sector and service sector, DANE, June 2001.
Partnership on Measuring ICT for Development
World Bank
ESCW A
• Aug. - Dec. 2003: Methodological framework for metadata
questionnaire in Latin America and the Caribbean
• Jan. – May 2004: Participative elaboration of metadata
questionnaire worldwide
March 04: Partnership meeting in NY UN Stat. Commission
Questionnaire:
April 04: Partnership meeting in Paris OECD WPIIS
1) General Questions: ICT definition/ budget
June 04: Partnership meeting in Hammamet PrepCom1 WSIS
2)
ICT statistics in household surveys
• Jul. – Sept. 2004: Circulation metadata questionnaire in 5 regions
3)
ICT2004:
statistics
in business
andatenterprise
• Oct.
Launching
of Partnership
UNCTAD XI surveys
• Oct.
– Feb. 05: Regional
and workshops
4)
ICT04statistics
in otherconsultations
relevant areas,
such as the ICT
production sector and ICT in education.
Partnership on Measuring ICT for Development
World Bank
ESCW A
• Aug. - Dec. 2003: Methodological framework for metadata
questionnaire in Latin America and the Caribbean
• Jan. – May 2004: Participative elaboration of metadata
questionnaire worldwide
March 04: Partnership meeting in NY UN Stat. Commission
April 04: Partnership meeting in Paris OECD WPIIS
June 04: Partnership meeting in Hammamet PrepCom1 WSIS
• Jul. – Sept. 2004: Circulation metadata questionnaire in 5 regions
• Oct. 2004: Launching of Partnership at UNCTAD XI
• Oct. 04 – Feb. 05: Regional consultations and workshops
Many Thanks
and success!!!
OSILAC
Observatory for the Information Society
in Latin America and the Caribbean
Martin Hilbert ([email protected])
Doris Olaya ([email protected])
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