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Can the internet reduce corruption? A cross-country study based on dynamic panel data models
Abstract This study attempts to estimate the effects of internet adoption on reducing corruption by using a panel consisting of 70 countries covering the period from 1998 to 2005. The results ofExpand
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ICT and agricultural productivity: evidence from cross-country data
This article carries out agricultural production function estimations, based on data for the period 1995–2000 on 81 countries, to present empirical evidence on the relationship between the adoptionExpand
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Governance and agricultural productivity: A cross-national analysis
In this study we examine the relationship between governance and agricultural performance by employing the World Bank's Aggregate Governance Indicators. Based on a cross-country panel sample, twoExpand
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Corruption costs lives: a cross-country study using an IV approach.
This study quantitatively estimates the effects of corruption on five major health indicators by using recent cross-country panel data covering 119 countries for the period of 2005-2011. TheExpand
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The Impact of the Diffusion of Information and Communication Technology on Health: A Cross-Country Study
This study employed aggregate data drawn from the World Bank database for 61 countries for the period 2000 to 2009 and quantitatively evaluated the impact of Information and Communication TechnologyExpand
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The impact of information and communication technology on public governance and corruption in China
A large number of studies have examined the impact of information and communication technology on governance and corruption. However, few studies have explored the situation in China. While theExpand
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The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Public Governance and Corruption in China
The impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) on the performance of the Chinese government has recently drawn scholastic attention. Though the literature provides insightful observations on theExpand
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Can information and communication technology promote venture creation? A cross-country study using an instrument variable approach
This study employed cross-country data from the World Bank for the period from 2002 to 2014 and empirically examined the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) development onExpand
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Can Information and Communication Technology Improve Stock Market Efficiency? A Cross�?Country Study
The rapid advance of information and communication technology (ICT) has revolutionized the dissemination of stock market information. Based on the noise trading theory, this study discusses whetherExpand
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Environment-adjusted regional energy efficiency in Taiwan
This study applies the four-stage DEA procedure to calculate the energy efficiency of 23 regions in Taiwan from 1998 to 2007. After controlling for the effects of external environments, only TaipeiExpand
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