Head of the Smart Territories Practice
Member of the IDATE team since 1991, Philippe Baudouin heads Public Policy Assessment Practice.
His main areas of involvement include:
• Providing local authorities and federal departments with assistance and strategic expertise for defining ICT public policies;
• Assistance in mounting innovative ICT projects with communities of specialised actors, such as education departments and local authorities;
• ICT project and programme assessment.
Philippe is also involved in European projects devoted to local and regional development issues, new ICT-enabled applications and the assessment of action plans, projects and programmes.
Mr. Baudouin is a geographical economist, with an engineer’s degree in Regional Development from the Université de Lille 1/ENVAR.