ICT POLICY
FOR THE
NETWORKED
SOCIETY
POLICY INSPIRATION
ICT POLICY FOR THE
NETWORKED SOCIEY
ITU EVENT BAHRAIN “NEW TRENDS ...
ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 2
The Networked society
networked s...
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TOWARDS THE NETWORKED
SOCIETY
FUN...
ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 4
Economic impact of
broadband (BB)...
ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 5
Sources: Chalmers Institute of Te...
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ICT And Competitiveness
Competiti...
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Policy makers in control of
condi...
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› to enable transformations e.g. ...
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Policy makers’ tool-kit:
Regulato...
ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 10
WHY the ”why” is changing !
HOLI...
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Key COMPONENTS of technology
lea...
ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 12
The new “what”>
what New ends in...
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eND GOALS of A
TRANSFORMATIONAL ...
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FISCAL,
MONETARY,
AND LABOUR
POL...
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SUMMARY of a
transformational ap...
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key ICT policy issues going
forw...
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RISK of status-quo > outdated
re...
The future of ICT POLICY
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  • Peter Drucker.... so true in the predictions of the importance of the knowledge worker in our society, it is more and more evident as technology networks get faster. It is hard to find any part of our lives that has not had some impact from technology
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  1. 1. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY POLICY INSPIRATION ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIEY ITU EVENT BAHRAIN “NEW TRENDS FOR BUILDING AND FINANCING BROADBAND”: POLICIES & ECONOMICS
  2. 2. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 2 The Networked society networked society VISION  Is about new ways to collaborate, CREATE, share and get informed.  Is about innovative ways of doing business and shaping the future.  Is a renewed policy approach to challenges such as innovation, job creation, education, healthcare, governance, climate change AND etc. “ When one person connects, their world changes. When everything is connected, our world changes.” Collaboration Innovation Integrity Community Trust Motivation Competence Sustainability Interaction Infrastructure Link to Networked Society
  3. 3. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 3 TOWARDS THE NETWORKED SOCIETY FUNDAMENTAL TECHNOLOGY DRIVERS MOBILITY BROADBAND CLOUD DIGITIZATION
  4. 4. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 4 Economic impact of broadband (BB) + 1000 BB USERS > + 80 Jobs + 10% POINTS BB PENETRATION > + 1% POINT GDP + 2 x BB SPEED > + 0.3% increase in GDP Sources: Chalmers Institute of Technology, Arthur D Little. TRANSFORMING BASIC VALUE CREATING CONDITIONS › BUILDING KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY (IMPROVING QUALITY OF LABOUR) › NEW JOB CREATION › WEALTH CREATION › PRODUCTIVITY › EFFICIENCY
  5. 5. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 5 Sources: Chalmers Institute of Technology, Arthur D Little, OECD Broadband and the Economy, Future of Internet 2008 Significance of BB & IT (ICT)  Increased global market reach expanding trade but also intensified competition,  General increase in economic efficiency and labor productivity,  Increased pace of knowledge diffusion and increased positive spill-over effects,  Revised view of the role of innovation (innovation-led growth). Economic Impact of ICTChanging Economic Thinking > ICT Source: Jati Sengupta, Understanding Economic Growth, Springer 2011 DIRECT INDIRECT INDUCED
  6. 6. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 6 ICT And Competitiveness Competitiveness of Nations impact of ICT Source: World Economic Forum, Global Competitiveness Report 2010-11 INNOVATION & SOPHISTICATION • Business sophistication • Innovation EFFICIENCY ENHANCERS • Higher education and training • Goods market efficiency • Labor market efficiency • Financial market development • Technological readiness • Market size BASIC REGUIREMENTS • Institutions • Infrastructure • Macroeconomic environment • Health and primary education Key for factor-driven economies Key for efficiency-driven economies Key for Innovation -driven economies Direct BB impact: Infrastructure deployment Digital readiness Indirect impact from BB (enabler): E-education/-commerce Efficiency, Market expansion Induced impact from BB (enabler) Innovation (product, service, process, market) coupled with transformation Source: Ericsson Analysis
  7. 7. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 7 Policy makers in control of conditions unleashing benefits of ICT-led transformation Source: Manuel Castells, The Rise of the Network Society, Second Edition, 2001 Technology (or lack of it) embodies the capacity of societies to transform themselves The ability or inability of societies to master technology largely shapes their economic destiny and social well-being The state can suffocate or enable an accelerated process of technological transformation
  8. 8. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 8 › to enable transformations e.g. new productive shifts in economies associated with the rise of the networked society › mastering this change in the most advantageous societal direction should be at the center stage of a progressive policy agenda policy makers’ fundamental Role in the transformation of the society act as socio-economic accelerators
  9. 9. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 9 Policy makers’ tool-kit: Regulatory Frameworks WHY WHAT HOW Policy/Regulatory Framework
  10. 10. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 10 WHY the ”why” is changing ! HOLICTIC APPROCH A PRECONDITION TRANSFORMATION REQUIRED INCREMENTALISM NOT GOOD ENOUGH Innovation-driven value creation LAISSEZ-FAIRE NOT GOOD ENOUGH
  11. 11. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 11 Key COMPONENTS of technology lead societal transformation INVENTION INNOVATION DIFFUSION ECONOMIC GROWTH CHANGE TRANSFORMATIONAL APPROCH
  12. 12. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 12 The new “what”> what New ends in mind? Public interest Rights based Networked governance Transformational Consumer Citizen Individual Societal Transformation Effectiveness Market efficiency APPROACH END-GOALS Economic Maturity Institutional Capability ICT Readiness Regulatory complexity & coherence of policies Globalization /openness Competitivness & technologicial changes CONTEXT
  13. 13. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 13 eND GOALS of A TRANSFORMATIONAL APPROCH › Sustain economic growth › Increase competitiveness of nations and industries › Grow new businesses › Create new jobs › Minimize exclusion and poverty › Increase public sector efficiency › Address climate change, environment and ageing population › Manage scare resources more efficiently › Cope with increasing level of urbanization This is not a destination but a continuous journey
  14. 14. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 14 FISCAL, MONETARY, AND LABOUR POLICIES SECTOR SPECIFIC POLICY FRAMEWORKS GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT (INNOVATION) INNOVATION & INDUSTRIAL POLICIES HOW to Implement a TRANSFORMATIONAL ICT POLICY 1 3 2
  15. 15. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 15 SUMMARY of a transformational approach JUSTIFICATION / DESIRABILITY LEGITIMACY END GOALS HOLISM, SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF A TRANSOFRMATIONAL CHANGE, INCREMENTALISM, PATH DEPENDENCE SOCIETAL COST OF NEGATIVE EXTERNALITIES DISTRIBUTIONAL JUSTICE STRCTURAL ADVANCEMENT/SHIFT IN SOCIETY/ECONOMY, LONG TERM GROWTH IMPLEMENTATION HOLISTIC/CROSS SECTOR COORDINATION COORDINATION / INTERCONNECTNESS
  16. 16. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 16 key ICT policy issues going forward Convergence Spectrum Management Network Regulation Media & Content Regulation Copyright Information Management – Data Privacy Information Management - Cyber Security TO BE CONTIUNUED….
  17. 17. ICT POLICY FOR THE NETWORKED SOCIETY | Public | © Ericsson AB 2013 | 2013-09-24 | Page 17 RISK of status-quo > outdated regulatory framework › Increased market distortions; regulatory flight, race to the bottom, overlapping remits. › Decreased investments, innovation and competitiveness. › Decreased economic and societal benefits and increased inequality. › Delays in societal transformation, falling behind.
  18. 18. The future of ICT POLICY
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