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Central Bank Statistic: Value Creation & Capture in Digital Economy [7-9 July 2020]

Flagship Program

The rapid spread of digital technologies advances has transformed economic and social activities. The digitalization process of economic activities are essentially driven by the ability to collect, store, analysis and transform massive amount of machine-readable information or digital data on all aspects of life. The expansion of the digital economy creates new economic opportunities and social outcomes. However, recently, the benefits of digital economy concentrated only on certain individuals, companies and countries. Nonetheless, the fast-evolving digital transformation will affect all countries, sectors, and stakeholders. Nowadays, the world is still characterized by a yawning gap between underconnected and hyper-digitalized countries. In order to secure the inclusivity of build up digital economy in the global as well as country level, it calls for unconventional economic thinking and policy analysis to redefine digital development strategies and future contours of globalization.
Main Topics
1. Recent Trends in the Digital Economy: The Growing Power of Digital Platform
2. Drivers of Value Creation and Capture in Digital Economy: Turning Data into Digital intelligent
3. Challenges on Measuring Digital Economy and Its Value Creation and Capture
4. The Risks of Digital Economy: Cyber Security and Data Protection
5. New Policies and Regulations to Secure a More Equitable Distribution of Digital Economy Benefits
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to understand:
1. The global trends and strategic issues of digital economy for developing countries.
2. The current development of statistical measurement of digital economy initiatives.
3. The need of enhancing national readiness to create and capture value in digital era.
4. Different policies options and practices aimed at benefiting from the digital economy.
5. The opportunities and challenges to secure equitable distribution of digital economic benefits.
Target Audience
This program is designed for middle-to-senior level economists and statistician from central banks and regulatory authorities. The participants are expected to have advanced degree in economics, mathematics or statistics.
Date        : 7-9 July 2020
Partner   : IMF, OECD, Central Bank Partners, International Institutions

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