Discussing the challenges of digitalization in manufacturing, with a special focus on the types of policies that developed economies are using to promote digitalization in manufacturing and the policy implications for catching up economies.
This webinar will feature a presentation by Deepak Mishra, Co-Director of the WDR 2016: Digital Dividends, who will talk about inequality and exclusion in access to digital technology, and the potential role of technology as a mechanism to promote social inclusion.
Digital financial services and innovative technologies can provide a comparative advantage especially for expanding outreach to unbanked/remote communities and reducing the cost of financial intermediation.
The ongoing digital revolution could be transformative not only for the financial inclusion of smallholder farmers but also for the food and agriculture sector more broadly, supporting the creation of more efficient, equitable, and environmentally sustainable operations.
e-Learning on Digital Agriculture is designed to provide the overview of how digital technologies (DTs) and digitalization, combined with the use of ICTs, can play a role in agricultural development and innovating food and farming systems today.
The three-module course Fundamentals of regulation of digital markets is part of the capacity building program on Agile Regulation for Digital Transformation in Africa (A.Reg4DT). It aims to help policy--makers and regulators develop policies in a proactive and flexible manner, by applying the princ
This session will consider and debate the issues surrounding the growing threats to citizens’ rights to access public archives in the digital world, a world which has made access to and review of records a more complex and challenging issue. It will use a recent conference hosted by Northumbria Univ