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Digital Economy Report
Geneva : United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
ISSN : 2664-2255

Digital Economy Report 2019

:Value Creation and Capture: Implications for Developing Countries
2019-09-04

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development |

ISBN:978-92-1-112955-7
eISBN: 978-92-1-004216-1
172 pages
https://unctad.org/

초록

The Digital Economy Report (DER) (formerly known as the Information Economy Report) this year examines the scope for value creation and capture in the digital economy by developing countries. It gives special attention to opportunities for these countries to take advantage of the data-driven economy as producers and innovators - but also to the constraints they face - notably with regard to digital data and digital platforms.

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>> NOTE
>> PREFACE
>> FOREWORD
>> ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
>> LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
>> OVERVIEW
>> CHAPTER I. RECENT TRENDS IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> A. ON THE CUSP OF A NEW DIGITAL ERA
>> >> B. WHAT IS THE DIGITAL ECONOMY?
>> >> C. TRENDS IN EMERGING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES
>> >> D. DATA TRAFFIC AND DATA CENTRES
>> >> E. TRENDS IN ACCESS TO AND USE OF ICT
>> >> F. RECENT EVOLUTION OF E-COMMERCE
>> >> G. THE RISE OF TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES IN THE GLOBAL BUSINESS LANDSCAPE
>> >> H. CONCLUSIONS
>> CHAPTER II. VALUE IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> A. DRIVERS OF VALUE CREATION IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> B. A FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSING VALUE IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> C. CHANNELS FOR VALUE CREATION IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
>> >> D. NEW PATHS FOR VALUE ADDITION, STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT
>> CHAPTER III. MEASURING VALUE IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> A. CHALLENGES TO MEASURING VALUE IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> B. VALUE ADDITION IN THE ICT SECTOR
>> >> C. EMPLOYMENT IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> D. TRADE RELATED TO THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> E. VALUE ADDED IN E-COMMERCE
>> >> F. COMPREHENSIVE MEASUREMENT OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY: SOME EXAMPLES
>> >> G. EVIDENCE OF THE VALUE OF THE DATA MARKET
>> >> H. CONCLUSIONS
>> >> ANNEX TO CHAPTER III
>> CHAPTER IV. VALUE CREATION AND CAPTURE IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
>> >> A. GLOBAL REACH OF MAJOR DIGITAL PLATFORMS
>> >> B. MARKET CONCENTRATION DYNAMICS
>> >> C. THE INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION OF DATA
>> >> D. DIGITAL DATA AND GLOBAL VALUE CHAINS
>> >> E. DIGITAL PLATFORMS AND TAXES
>> >> F. IMPACTS ON EMPLOYMENT AND PLATFORM WORK
>> >> G. CONCLUDING REMARKS
>> CHAPTER V. ASSESSING THE SCOPE FOR VALUE CREATION AND CAPTURE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
>> >> A. THE IMPORTANCE OF BUILDING DOMESTIC PRODUCTIVE CAPACITY
>> >> B. THE USE OF GLOBAL DIGITAL PLATFORMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
>> >> C. LEVERAGING LOCAL AND REGIONAL DIGITAL PLATFORMS
>> >> D. DIGITAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
>> >> E. STRATEGIES FOR DIGITAL ENTERPRISES IN AFRICA
>> >> F. DIGITALIZATION OF ENTERPRISES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
>> >> G. CONCLUSIONS
>> CHAPTER VI. POLICIES AIMED AT VALUE CREATION AND CAPTURE
>> >> A. INTRODUCTION
>> >> B. NATIONAL POLICIES FOR CREATING AND CAPTURING VALUE IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> C. DATA POLICIES FOR CAPTURING VALUE
>> >> D. COMPETITION POLICY
>> >> E. TAXATION OF DIGITAL PLATFORMS
>> >> F. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS POLICIES IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
>> >> G. LABOUR MARKET AND SOCIAL PROTECTION POLICIES
>> >> H. THE NEED FOR INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT
>> >> I. CONCLUSIONS: A DIGITAL ECONOMY FOR THE MANY, NOT JUST THE FEW