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1 Local content, Internet infrastructure, and access prices Dr. Piotr Stryszowski, OECD ITU Regional Workshop on ICT Indicators Sharm ElSheik, Egypt, 8-9 June 2012 The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the OECD or its Membership.

2 The project Joint project –Empirical analysis Internet infrastructure Internet access prices Local content production –Mobile local content Markets Examples: KR, JP, FI, EG, KE, UG, BR –Country case studies EG, CN, BR, FR, KE, KR, SN,

3 The project Empirical analysis Three key elements Local content Internet infrastructure Internet access prices

4 Local content The content that is most important to people is typically in their own language and is relevant to the communities in which they live and work. Communities may be defined by location, culture, language, religion, ethnicity or area of interest Individuals may belong to many communities at the same time. Communities evolve so what is relevant will change over time. This relevant content is often referred to aslocal content

5 Measuring local content Local content Measurements tied to a country Measurements tied to a language Web pages using country-code top level domains per 1000 inhabitants Number of published blogs per language per inhabitant Number of Wikipedia articles per language per inhabitant

6 Measuring infrastructure Internet infrastructure Broadband subscription rates per 100 inhabitants Autonomous systems per inhabitants Routed IPv4 addresses per capita International bandwidth capacity per capita

7 Relationship mapping general economic performance Other factors (demographic, educational, geographical, etc.) Internet prices Local content Internet infrastructure

8 Results: Internet and local content LOCAL CONTENT Wikipedia entries INTERNET DEVELOPMENT A. Broadband penetration B. Autonomous systems C. International bandwidth LOCAL CONTENT Web pages per ccTLD per capita INTERNET DEVELOPMENT Autonomous systems LOCAL CONTENT Blogs per country, per capita INTERNET DEVELOPMENT Routed IPv4 addresses per capita

9 Results: Internet and access prices PRICE Fixed broadband monthly price (Domestic) INTERNET DEVELOPMENT International bandwidth capacity (International) PRICE IP transit price (International) INTERNET DEVELOPMENT Autonomous systems per inhabitants (Domestic) INTERNET DEVELOPMENT Broadband penetration rates (Domestic)

10 Local content Internet infrastructure Internet prices

11 Policy considerations Foster content development –Promote skills, reduce trade barriers on equipment, levies on recording media –Governments putting public-sector data on the Internet Expand connectivity –Increase spectrum availability, improve international capacity –Create domestic Internet exchanges –Lay infrastructure when other public works are taking place Promote competition –Liberalise telecom markets, –Remove barriers to entry

12 Piotr Stryszowski Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry for further information >>> Contact us OECD 2, rue André-Pascal Paris CEDEX 16 France Phone: (+33) Fax: (+33)


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