Colin M. Maclay

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Colin M. Maclay Center for International Development at Harvard University Introduction T elecommunications companies, entrepreneurs, and policymakers have regarded rural and poor markets with some combination of too-complex-to-serve and not-interestingenough (politically or economically) to be worthy of sustained attention. But times—and technologies— have(More)
Organizations around the world are contemplating alternative approaches to electronic commerce (e-commerce), considering the national, regional and global implications of this new business tool. At least three regional organizations have moved forward on this front, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)(More)
During the months of May and June of 2002, interviews and surveys were conducted with over 30 high-level private, public, academic and non-profit sector leaders from around the world to discuss the development and impact of regional e-commerce initiatives. Three pioneers in this arena were analyzed: the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN),(More)
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