OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Towards e-commerce legal harmonization in the Caribbean

The establishment of adequate legal frameworks can facilitate the transition to a digital economy and the take-up of e-commerce in-country but also regionally and internationally by reducing uncertainties, enhancing trust and addressing potential harms.

E-learning: Leapfrogging Skills Development

Trade capacity building is a critical element in the development debate as more attention must be paid to the integrated treatment of trade, finance, investment and technology, the interdependence between different policy areas, including macroeconomic management.

Innovation Knowledge for Inclusive and Sustainable Development:Transferring Knowledge through Technology

Established in 2001, the UNCTAD Advisory Group on the Strengthening of Training Capacities and Human Resources Development in its 10th session focused on identifying best practices and emerging solutions…

9th Meeting of the UNCTAD Advisory Group

9th Meeting of the UNCTAD Advisory Group on : “Developing skills, knowledge a nd capacities through innovation: E – Learning , M – Learning, C loud – Learning “

Angola

Mapeamento da Situaçao do Turismo na Republica de Angola(UNCTAD/DTL/KSTCD/2011/1). (Available in protuguese)

Central America

Study on prospects for harmonizing cyberlegislation in Central America and the Caribbean (UNCTAD/DTL/STICT/2009/3)

Angola

National Study: The Legal Framework of Private Investments in the Republic of Angola (UNCTAD/DTL/KSTCD/2010/1). (Available in portuguese)

Latin America

Study on prospects for harmonizing cyberlegislation in Latin America (UNCTAD/DTL/STICT/2009/1)