II Acknowledgements II
Facilitating agricultural technology adoption among the poor: The role of service delivery through mobile phones
Many farmers in the developing world have limited access to agricultural technologies and markets. Mobile phone-enabled services that offer price information and market linkages could contribute towards bridging this gap by reducing uncertainty about expected profits, information asymmetries and market inefficiencies. This article uses the example of the… (More)
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