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Making farmers in developing countries more informed about market opportunities is generally considered an important step toward development of the agricultural sector and increasing individual farmers' income. Mobile phones are a useful technology for delivering such information, but are...
The paper introduces a concept of household production technology that shows why Internet and communication technology (ICT) have the potential to increase the equity and efficiency of female participation in the labor force. Since inputs of female labor are required at short intervals in the...
e-Government initiatives are increasingly mainstreamed in the development agenda, as means through which developing countries can achieve development objectives faster and, as experience from the developed world suggests, for less cost. However, little research has been carried out on the impact...
We argue that there is a need to understand impacts of information and communication technologies (ICT) projects in their local context, considering the participants' perspectives at the micro (community) level. Hence, this paper reports on the development and refinement of an extended framework...
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