The institute has embarked on its first “Future Economy and Internet Governance Executive Programme”, aiming to strengthen capacities for professional leaders and executives from diverse fields in both public and private sectors in applying digital technology to drive their organisation to strive in the digital economy era and respond to the long-term national strategy towards Thailand 4.0.
Professor Surakiart Sathirathai, internet governance chairman, said the ETDA has established the Institute of Future Economy and Internet Governance to serve as a platform that encourages learning process, discussion and think tank that can perform effective advocacy from multi-disciplinary perspectives. The process further brings a multi-disciplinary body of knowledge to foster policy recommendations or best practices which can most benefit the country's development.
Published : October 17, 2018
By : The Nation