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Information and Communications for Development 2009: Extending Reach and Increasing Impact Paperback – May 22, 2009

ISBN-13: 978-0821376058 ISBN-10: 0821376055

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The role that ICT can play as an enabler of social and economic development is increasingly evident. Information and Communications for Development 2009 presents a thorough analysis of the development potential of ICT, as well as the difficulties, constraints, and uncertainties faced by both developing and mature economies. It also offers thoughtful considerations of the different policy, regulatory, and investment options in the ICT space. As such, it is an essential and practical guide for policy makers, government officials, and academic practitioners who are working to ensure that their countries seize the opportunities offered by ICT. --Dr. Craig R. Barrett, Chairman, United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development, And Chairman of the Board, Intel Corporation

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