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Global Information Technology Report 2001-2002: Readiness for the Networked World

  title={Global Information Technology Report 2001-2002: Readiness for the Networked World},
  author={Geoffrey Kirkman and Peter K. Cornelius and Jeffery D. Sach Schwab},
ICT contribution to the economic development of some SEE countries in transition
  • Marijana Vidas-Bubanja
  • Economics
    2013 36th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics (MIPRO)
  • 2013
The role of ICT in the economic development of South Eastern European countries focusing on ICT impact on GDP growth, unemployment, the organization and work of companies and state administration is analyzed.
A Global Model of Technological Utilization Based on Governmental, Business-Investment, Social, and Economic Factors
Policy steps for national governments of developed and developing countries to prioritize information and communications technology, create openness, strengthen research and development and technology investment, and enhance education and information technology training are suggested.
Children under five and digital technologies: implications for early years pedagogy†
There should be a re-conceptualisation of young children's learning in early years pedagogy and early childhood settings as children under five are engaging with digital technologies in playing and learning at home and this cannot be overlooked by early years education.
Tamil market: a spoken dialog system for rural India
Preliminary findings from a Wizard-of-Oz field study show that rural villagers are able to navigate through a dialog system using their voice, regardless of literacy level and previous experience with technology.
Digital divide in Europe: assessing and comparing the e-readiness of a developed and an emerging economy in the Nordic region
The digital divide in the Nordic region of Europe by comparing the e-readiness of Norway and Estonia is discussed; Norway, however, is better than Estonia.
Can information and communications technology applications contribute to poverty reduction? Lessons from rural India
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) can reduce poverty by improving poor people's access to education, health, government and financial services. ICT can also help small farmers and
Study on Changing Trends in Telecom Sector in India
The telecommunication industry in India is rapidly growing and witnessing many developments. Globalisation has made telecommunication an integral part of the infrastructure of the Indian economy.


Mobile connections significantly outnumber fixed lines
  • Meanwhile, Internet access is growing, but users are mostly wealthy whites.
  • 2001
Trends in European Telecommunications
European tele administrations are planning different communications systems. The telecommunications administration in France along with a regional planning agency, DATAR, are creating a nationwide
The diffusion of the internet in china
Though the infrastructure is being built and the cost of access is dropping rapidly, most organizations have not yet significantly redesigned their business processes to take advantage of the Internet.
Tecnología de la Información en Bolivia
El presente trabajo estudia las principales caracteristicas y problemas del uso de la Tecnologia de Informacion en Bolivia. Se analizan las condiciones y limitaciones del acceso, el mercado de
The rise and rise of the mobile phone
No one can have failed to notice the tremendous growth of mobile or cellular telecommunications in recent years, and in Finland, over 60% of the population own a mobile phone, while the number of mobile phones in Italy exceeds the numberOf fixed lines.
Moving towards an information society in Portugal
The convergence of communication technology and digital information processing is rapidly changing the way that we look at the world and our society. As information processing has become
The Internet and State Control in Authoritarian Regimes: China, Cuba, and the Counterrevolution
Examining the experiences of these two authoritarian regimes, China and Cuba, may help to shed light on other authoritarian regimes' strategies for Internet development, as well as help to develop generalizable conclusions about the impact of the Internet on authoritarian rule.
The telephone interview.