Information Revolution and Policy Implications for Developing Countries
AbstractDiscussion paper 2002 is combination of six papers prepared for the International Workshop on The Information Revolution and Economic and Social Exclusion in Developing Countries. These papers are the outcomes of two major themes set for the workshop: "The Developments of Access and Effective Use of Information Technology and Exclusion" and "The Gender Dimension in Exclusion".
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Information technology; Government policy;
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