List of all accepted papers (sorted by name)

Creating a Successful Information Service and Its Contribution to the Organization
Session coordinator: Anna Diačiková,  Chemosvit, Slovakia
Where: 26. 5. 2004, 8:30 - 12:00, Auditorium D

The Economist Intelligence Unit - Worldwide Knowledge

Author: Raul Garcia Rodriguez,  Economist Intelligence Unit, United Kingdom


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The Economist Intelligence Unit is a "think tank" which gathers more than 600 analysts producing and editing information on 200 countries. The coverage and accuracy of the EIU added to the reputation and independency of The Economist Group.

About the author

  • 2 years working at the History and Arts Library of the "Universidad Complutense de Madrid"
  • 4 years working for the Spanish Ministry of Economy as a Market Analyst in the Embassies in Prague and Bratislava
  • The Economist Intelligence Unit, Business Development in Central and Eastern Europe since January 2003. Soon to open their office in the Region

Other papers in this session:

Information Impact: Adding Value to Your Organisation

Author: Lesley Robinson, Lesley Robinson Consultancy Services Ltd, United Kingdom

What Are the Challenges of Information Centre at Present?

Author: Anna Diačiková, Chemosvit, Slovakia

How to Build Competitive Intelligence Knowledge Base

Author: Tomáš Vejlupek, Tovek spol. s r.o., Czech Republic

Information Support by Enterprise and Company Information Centres in Slovakia: Current Status and Perspectives

Author: Judita Kopáčiková, Slovakia

High Cost of not Finding Information

Author: Dominik Mathauser, Incad, s.r.o., Czech Republic

Problems of Incorporating Information Centres into New Information Environment of Enterprises

Author: Anna Čabrunová, Comenius University - Department of Library and Information Science, Slovakia

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