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Sri Lanka to become a testbed for highest-quality development indicators?

Sri Lanka has pretty good indicators, compared to many countries we work in. So if the UN is thinking of conventional indicators there’s not much to do. But if the intention is to bring in big data . . . The Visiting United Nation’s assistant secretary-general and United Nation Development Plan’s regional director Haoliang Xu, […]

LIRNEasia briefs UN country teams on how to leverage big data

Last week in Bangkok (23-26th March, 2015), at the invitation of the UN Development Group (UNDG) Asia-Pacific Secretariat, I had the opportunity to brief country heads and senior staff of UN agencies as well as from the Resident Coordinator’s office on how to leverage big data, for the data revolution needed to measure the progress in […]

Sri Lanka declines in UN e government rankings. Why?

The 2012 UN e government survey is out. Sri Lanka is still second in the South Asian region, behind the Maldives. But its world ranking has slipped even further. Now it’s 115th. It was 111th in 2010. It was in 101st place in 2009. So this is a continuing trend that should be quite worrisome […]


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