Arturo joined the World Bank in 2006. He is currently involved in investment projects and analytical work across a wide range of topics, including: telecommunications regulation and infrastructure; financial services; IT industry development; and open innovation, in particular in the context of smart cities and open data. Prior to joining the World Bank, Arturo was a consultant, focused mainly on rural telecommunications and telecom regulation in developing countries. He has also worked in strategy and financial analysis at an internet service provider; in planning and project evaluation in a commercial bank, and with the Peruvian telecommunications regulatory agency, OSIPTEL. Arturo holds an MBA from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University and a BA in Economics from Universidad del Pacifico in Lima.
- How affordable is broadband?
- How to Deal With Technology's Moving Target
- Co-Creation of Government Services
- Building Smarter Cities
- World Bank Group's ICT Strategy - Using ICT for Greater Development Impact
- Extending Telecommunications Services in Rural Nicaragua
- Differences between "(Open Government) Data" and "Open (Government Data)"
- Digital Inclusion: Beyond Access to Broadband
- Mexico First – Closing the training gap in the IT industry through public-private partnerships
- Somebody somewhere in the world has already solved the problem
- Cloud computing for government - The future is cloudy and that is good news
- Design Thinking for Government Services: What happens when the past limits our vision of the future?
- The “Gaps” model and universal access
- Mobile Affordability Gap in Latin America
- The Global Opportunity in IT-Based Services
- Back to the Basics – Competition, Competition, Competition
- Digital TV transition. Now what?
- Broadband to the People