Competitiveness, Lisbon Strategy and State Involvement 2006
International Technological Public Company, Ministry of Informatics and Communications
Aim of the Project:
The ICEG European Center undertook the preparation of policy papers for the realization of tasks originated from the EU membership in connection with Lisbon Strategy concentrating on the Information and Communication Technology issues.
The main aims of the project were to overview the role of the state in the changing world concerning new economy, to analyse the position of Hungary in the light of Lisbon-type ICT indicators, to investigate the labour market changes in the ICT Sector and to have international experiences on factors influencing successful participation in the world ICT market.
Four policy papers were prepared:
- paper (Pál Gáspár, Renáta Anna Jaksa) - Lisbon-type ICT Indicators: Relative Position of Hungary and Policy Consequences
- paper (András Bakács, Tamás Borkó) - European Models of State Involvement: Mediterranean, Scandinavian, Anglo-Saxon and Continental model - consequences for Hungary
- paper (Magdolna Sass) - Changing International Division of Labor in the ICT Sector: Positions of the EU, the New Member States and Hungary
- paper (Zoltán Bassa) - The Development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in China, Indonesia and Vietnam - factors influencing the Hungarian market acquisition.
The papers of the project were issued as ICEG European Center Munkafüzet (Working Paper) in Hungarian language on the official website.
For further questions about the project, please call Tamás Borkó at (+ 36 - 1)248-1160/108 telephone number or send an E-mail to the following E-mail address: email@example.com.