PROFESSOR M.J. NORTON
FREng BEng(Hons) CDir CITP CEng DEng FIoD FBCS FIET FRSA

 

Key Policy Interests

  
    

Resilience of systems and, in particular, resilience of critical elements of national infrastructure. Second generation (community and social) resilience and third generation (adaptive) resilience.

Business change mediated through new information systems in the public sector: e-government.

The use of e-business techniques by small and medium enterprises.

The ubiquitous availability of affordable broadband services.

Management of the radio spectrum and, in particular, the use of economic tools, such as spectrum pricing.

Information management and privacy, public sector data sharing.

Developing clear and concise briefing for legislators on science and technology issues.

The evolution of regulation in the context of the convergence of Communications, Information Systems and Digital Content.

31.07.2009.

 


This website is the property of Professor Jim Norton.        www.profjimnorton.com         e-mail: jim@profjimnorton.com          Copyright 2004