Arturo, a Peruvian national, joined the World Bank in 2006. He is currently involved in ICT and telecommunications projects in Latin America, as well as in analytical work in the Latin American and the Caribbean region and the Rural Telecommunications, Mobile Applications, and IT Industry Development practice groups. Prior to joining GICT, Arturo was a consultant, focused mainly on rural telecommunications and telecom regulation in developing countries. He has also worked at an ISP, a local bank and with the telecom regulatory agency, OSIPTEL. Arturo holds a MBA from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University and a BA in Economics from Universidad del Pacifico in Lima.
- 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