Benchmarking the Information Society e-Europe Indicators for European Regions View Homepage


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Grant Info

YEARS

2001-2003

FUNDING AMOUNT

2170000 EUR

ABSTRACT

Up to date information on the progress of Europe's regions in the Information Society (IS) is essential to guide policy initiatives with a regional impact. In liaison with official statistics bodies, BISER will define and test a new set of statistical indicators for benchmarking regional information society development in Europe. The necessary primary statistics will be obtained from pan-European surveys at NUTS II level of 10,000 citizens and 5,000 decision-makers. Reports will detail progress of regions in key domains and identify regional similarities and complementarities to guide policy co-operation. The construction of these "eEurope Regions Indicators" will be fully documented and methods disseminated through website, workshops and an international conference. OBJECTIVES The main goal of the BISER project is to define, develop and pilot a set of statistical indicators for benchmarking the progress of European regions in respect of the eEurope Initiative and the emerging Information Society. This requires to ensure that the eEurope Regions Indicators are reliable, fully comparable, based on real life, rich in information, responsive to dynamic change, cost-effective to construct and easily used in policy development and decision-making at all levels. In doing so, BISER will seek close co-operation with official statistical offices. BISER will take full account of existing statistical concepts and data sources and make every effort to ensure the newly developed indicators are taken up by official statistics agencies. The expected outcome is to provide a detailed picture of IS development at regional level across the EU, as a means to help the EU profit from the enormous potential for achieving EU policy goals at regional level, especially in terms of social cohesion and regional development. DESCRIPTION OF WORK BISER will: - build a geographic information system describing regional development in respect of the emerging information society; - define a well-founded and transparent set of statistical variables, the "eEurope Regions Indicators" to accurately track IS development in Europe's regions; - analyse current and forthcoming statistical measures from official supranational and national statistical agencies research firms and other sources for suitability in contributing to the calculation of the eEurope Regions Indicators; - develop by way of rapid prototyping optimal operationalisations of component variables for which fresh data collection is required; - liaise with statistical bodies and the Committee of Regions; - design and conduct representative General Population Surveys and Decision Makers Surveys in regions across the EU; - calculate indicator and index values from the results from all regions on the NUTS II level; - provide detailed up to date documentation of the current stage of development in key domains including e-work and social care; - benchmark the relative progress of European Regions in IS development; - identify patterns of development offering opportunities to accelerate development through regional collaboration and / or targeted policies; - provide full information on all project results through web-site, existing networks and workshops. More... »

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