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Slovak Information Society and Competitiveness Strategies - point of view of the World Bank

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Bruno Dominique Lanvin

At the World Bank, Bruno Lanvin is the World Bank’s lead advisor on e-strategies, based in Geneva (Switzerland). His work currently focuses on e-government and e-strategies in Eastern/Central Europe and the Middle East. During the course of the last two years, he has been the lead author of the World Bank’s ‘E-strategies Monitoring and Evaluation Toolkit’ (2004), and a contributor to several major studies (by the World Bank, the UN ICT Task Force, etc.) on the role of ICT in development, the contribution of innovation to competitiveness, and the changing role of international cooperation in information societies (2005). In Geneva, he acts as World Bank’s focal point for the preparation of the World Summit on Information Society (WSIS, …
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