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Internet Upstream Connectivity and Competition Policy: Western Europe and Southern Africa

In: Information Technology Policy and the Digital Divide

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  • Emanuele Giovannetti

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The proliferation of new information technologies throughout the world has raised some important questions for policymakers as to how developing countries can benefit from their diffusion. This important volume compares the advantages and disadvantages of the IT revolution through detailed studies of a variety of developed and developing nations and regions: Argentina, Estonia, the EU, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand and the USA.

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  • Emanuele Giovannetti, 2004. "Internet Upstream Connectivity and Competition Policy: Western Europe and Southern Africa," Chapters, in: Mitsuhiro Kagami & Masatsugu Tsuji & Emanuele Giovannetti (ed.), Information Technology Policy and the Digital Divide, chapter 3, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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    1. D'Ignazio, A. & Giovannetti, E., 2004. "From Exogenous to Endogenous Networks: Internet Applications," Cambridge Working Papers in Economics 0445, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge.

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