• Published 2002

Focus on Internet versus Teledensity Diffusion for Africa ’ s Least Developed Countries

@inproceedings{Mbarika2002FocusOI,
  title={Focus on Internet versus Teledensity Diffusion for Africa ’ s Least Developed Countries},
  author={Victor W. A. Mbarika},
  year={2002}
}
The digital divide between the West and Africa seems to be drawing closer for many northern and southern African countries in terms of information and communications technology. These countries are experiencing tremendous growth in use of computers, Internet connectivity, wireless communications and many other related technologies. However, the same is not true for Africa’s Least Developed Countries (LDCs) that are still greatly behind other regions of the world in terms of the level of basic… CONTINUE READING

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