The level of development of inclusive digital economies at country level.
The key market constraints hindering the development of inclusive digital economies
Set the right priorities with public and private stakeholders in each country.
IDES has two main components:
The Digital Economy Score (DES) indicates the level of development of the digital economy and its main components: enabling policy environment, digital infrastructure and payments, innovation ecosystem, and customer skills. It also identifies the stage of development of the country’s digital transformation, labelled as ‘Inception’, ‘Start-up’, ‘Expansion’ and ‘Consolidation’
The Digital Inclusiveness Score (DIS) indicates the level of inclusion attained by key segments of the population (customers) in the digital economy, such as women, youth, elderly, refugees, migrants, micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises, rural inhabitants and people with disabilities. The DIS provides insight into the amount of effort made by the public and private sectors to include marginalized people during the development of the digital economy. Inclusion of women is a particular focus, the Women Inclusiveness Score (WIS) is a subscore of the overall DIS and captures key components that can drive the level of inclusion of women in the digital economy.
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