The Digital Divide in East Asia
The concept of a 'digital divide'-inequality in access to modern information and communication technologies (ICTs) between industrialised and developing countries, and between urban and rural populations-has attracted much attention from policymakers, aid organisations, media and the general public. This paper places discussion of the digital divide in a broader economic context, linking it with the theory of economic growth and technological change. The network effects of diffusion of the...[Show more]
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