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Digital Economy and Society Index

Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) is an index composed of various indicators. It was developed by the European Commission (GD CNECT) to assess the development of the digital economy and society in the EU countries.

DESI indicators are now structured around the four cardinal points of the Digital Compass, replacing the previous five dimension structure.

Structure of DESI  
1 Human capital Internet user skills and advanced digital skills
2 Connectivity Fixed broadband take-up, fixed broadband coverage, mobile broadband and broadband prices
3 Integration of digital technology Business digitalisation and e-commerce
4 Digital public services e-Government

The DESI scores and rankings of previous years were re-calculated for all countries to reflect the changes in the choice of indicators and corrections made to the underlying data

 

DESI Austria 2021, Country Profile
Source: Digital Economy and Society Index 2021, Country Profile Austria photo: EU/BMDW

Austria's country profile 2021

Austria ranks 10th among 27 EU Member States in the 2021 edition of the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI).

Additional Information

Contact

Digitalisation and e-Government: digitalisierung@bmdw.gv.at