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Romania - Advisory services agreement on support to the implementation of the national strategy on digital agenda for Romania 2014-2020 : Report on typologies of communities and geographic areas and options for broadband and NGN investment interventions (Inglês)

This report is the second deliverable of the first component of the World Bank technical assistance to support the ministry of information society (MIS) for the operationalization of the national plan on next generation access and network infrastructure (NGA and NGN) strategy. The general methodology adopted in the first component is to use the analytical mapping framework to propose first a coverage gap analysis addressed in the first report and secondly to translate it into a geographical mapping exercise which has the general purpose to address coverage gaps in clustering the territory, identify selected communities, and associate the most appropriate business and investment models to guide and to frame public intervention. This mapping exercise is necessary for providing the information needed to decide on the four strategic choices identified in the European commission guide to high-speed broadband investment namely the choice of the infrastructure type, of the investment model, of the business model, and eventually of the financing tools. This paper presents such a mapping for Romania, carried out in August-September 2015.


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    Stanculescu,Manuela Sofia, Moldovan,Sandu Ciprian, Corad,Ironim Bogdan, Iamandi Cioinaru,Elena Catalina, Marin,Anca Monica, Blaj,Georgiana, Stanculescu,Andreea Simina

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    Europa e Ásia Central,

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    Report on typologies of communities and geographic areas and options for broadband and NGN investment interventions

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    Broadband;rural area;Post and Telecom;life expectancy at birth;access to quality education;assessment of market failure;legal and regulatory framework;broadband service;broadband infrastructure;share of capital;supply of service;infant mortality rate;identification of data;risk of poverty;cost of living;census of population;volume of expenditure;category of revenue;level of policy;personal income tax;local economic growth;infrastructure and services;investments in infrastructure;coverage of population;distribution of gas;high risk investment;size of population;lack of evidence;term capital;average population size;development of broadband;drinking water supply;natural gas supply;upper secondary education;number of pupils;Early childhood education;high speed internet;state aid;small villages;potential demand;qualitative research;local budget;public authority;market potential;broadband deployment;rural population;business model;demographic indicator;public intervention;urban population;elderly population;basic infrastructure;public funding;demographic characteristic;financing tool;social exclusion;income poverty;broadband network;broadband connection;human capital;state budget;investment need;Capital Investments;electronic communication;competitive cities;white area;geographic area;spatial analysis;rural dweller;indirect approach;broadband market;business case;economic geography;private operator;private investment;sewerage network;competitive city;regional distribution;



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