The Global Information Society Project (GISP) is a collaboraton between the Stilwell Center and the World Policy Institute focused on information, communication, and technology policy and related issues, especially as such policy impacts on the development of global civil society, international relations, world trade, global economic development, capital investment, and national and global security.
The Project seeks to examine the key issues that lie at the intersection of technologically enabled change and the existing information and communication practices in particular areas of national and international public policy, law and industry. Particularly, we are concerned with technological disruption to existing methods, models and institutions and how to navigate these changes.
Kim Taipale, executive director of the Stilwell Center and a senior fellow at the World Policy Institute, is the director of the Global Information Society Project. [bio]