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Russia e-Readiness Assessment: Analytical Report

PRIOR undertakes constant efforts aimed at assessing the level of Information Society and Knowledge Economy development in Russia. These efforts have resulted in three analytical reports completed to date:

. This analytical report applied the methodology developed by the Center for International Development of Harvard University, which identifies five categories of assessment of a country's e-readiness: information infrastructure and access to the ICT; e-learning; networked society; networked economy; and governmental ICT policy. The report was completed in May-July 2001 by the expert group as part of the grant CG-012 from the info Dev Program of The World Bank. This report represents the first attempt to consolidate disorganized data about Russia's “electronic” development and to add the expert opinions to these data regarding the building of the Information Society in Russia. MS Word, 1.5 Mb..

. This analytical report was also prepared with the financial support of the info Dev Program of The World Bank as part of the special project ICT Infrastructure and e-Readiness Assessment Project. The analysis utilizes the methodology developed for Russia's evaluation based on leading international methodologies. The report essentially represents Knowledge Economy development assessment for Russia for the period of 2002-2003. Attention: heavy file (PDF, 2.7 Mb).

. This is part of the report on research activity entitled “Developing a Concept of the Russian Development Gateway Portal ” conducted with financial support provided by the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation as part of the Federal Program "e-Russia (2002-2010)." The document contains a comparative analysis of e-Readiness of six Russian regions - Tula, Kaliningrad, Novgorod, Perm, Chelyabinsk regions and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area - Ugra. The leading international methodologies were specially adapted top assess the Russian regions for the purposes of completing this report. Contains data for 2002-2003. MS Word, 3.2 Mb. In Russian only.

Last updated: 2007-10-09
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