Connectivity Scorecard is a global ICT index – the first of its kind to rank 50 countries not only on their deployment of ICT infrastructure but also to measure the extent to which governments, businesses and consumers make use of connectivity technologies to enhance social and economic prosperity, so called “useful connectivity”.
Connectivity Scorecard 2011 highlights the continued need for investment in information and communications technology (ICT) to stimulate a return to economic growth. To read the full report please download it below.
To learn more about Professor Leonard Waverman, the man behind the study, download his CV:Download CV ›
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