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The Internet has made significant inroads in industrialized, developed countries. However, since developing countries tend to have a limited history of trade, the marginal impact of the Internet on these countries' economies is considerably greater. With specific reference to the field of export...
International humanitarian aid and development organizations active in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are faced with an ongoing crisis situation. Using any formal or informal information source available, they are constantly acquiring and processing information that may indicate the...
The globalization of information technology (IT), in which developing countries play a major role, has caused a “war for talent.” To meet challenging growth targets, service providers find that recruitment and retention are of key importance. For developing countries globalization offers the...
Externalities occur among agglomerated firms. Scale externalities occur between firms in the same industry. Scope externalities occur when heterogeneous industries are collocated. Combined scale-and-scope externalities exist when the scale of one industry is beneficial to the growth of another...
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