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Statement at development and international cooperation in the twenty-first century : the role of information technology in the context of a knowledge-based global economy by James D. Wolfensohn, President (Inglês)

This report discusses the remarks delivered by James D. Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank. He discusses on: (1) the importance of knowledge and information and communications technology (ICT) in a global knowledge economy; (2) the relationship between technical knowledge gaps, information problems, and the digital divide, the fact that they are worse in developing countries and among the poor and their impact on development; and (3) the ways that international institutions, like the World Bank and others, working in partnership with developing-country governments, the private sector, and non-government organizations (NGOs) can better address these issues.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Wolfensohn,James D.

  • Data do documento

    2000/07/05

  • TIpo de documento

    Discurso do Presidente

  • No. do relatório

    101423

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Estados Unidos,

  • Região

    Restante do Mundo,

  • Data de divulgação

    2015/12/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Statement at development and international cooperation in the twenty-first century : the role of information technology in the context of a knowledge-based global economy by James D. Wolfensohn, President

  • Palavras-chave

    sustainable development and poverty reduction;Poverty Reduction & Economic Management;Finance & Private Sector Development;information and communication technology;institution need;access to basic service;African Virtual University;vulnerability to natural disasters;international development community;development of information;types of knowledge;university and college;process of development;information problem;socially sustainable development;private sector activity;policy and institution;dissemination of knowledge;teacher training program;human rights violation;barrier to competition;lack of knowledge;access to information;high growth rate;creating new knowledge;universal basic education;impact of education;global knowledge exchange;enrollment in science;open trade regime;civil society participation;knowledge for development;transfer of resource;infant mortality rate;illness and death;global knowledge economy;store of knowledge;knowledge and learning;globalization of trade;knowledge gap;digital divide;communications technology;Distance Learning;global learning;internet host;information revolution;privatization policy;knowledge community;address information;Digital Literacy;holistic approach;Advisory services;higher learning;learning community;public good;information flow;peaceful world;real income;software engineering;industrial country;cisco systems;language instruction;professional development;industrial pollution;Birth Control;public action;information failure;agricultural sector;market price;safe water;international cooperation;government involvement;infrastructure support;level of policy;Universal Education;physical infrastructure;human capital;communications infrastructure;knowledge work;global economy;computer engineering;knowledge creation;Industrialized countries;infrastructure financing;knowledge bank;african universities;noncredit course;electrical engineering;industrialized country;computer science;degree program;building management;university education;business education;telecommunications sector;Lifelong Education;market failure;innovative application;educational opportunity;financial flow;organizational arrangement;advanced country;basic knowledge;private donor;venture fund;technological infrastructure;unequal access;rural area;technological know-how;farm earnings;Rural Poor;facilitating trade;macro policy;macro stability;license agreement;local capability;sexual harassment;international woman;rural farmer;information barriers;creating opportunity;profitable business;rural woman;life-long learning;institutional transformation;product standard;adult population;information exchange;building consensus;networked economy;comparative advantage;reduce border;remote village;institutional innovation;university degree;learning opportunity;unequal distribution;information superhighway;macro policies;financial information;community enterprises;health interventions;knowledge flow;equitable access;multilateral institution;

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