ICT Adoption and Productivity in Developing Countries : New Firm Level Evidence from Brazil and India

@inproceedings{Basant2006ICTAA,
  title={ICT Adoption and Productivity in Developing Countries : New Firm Level Evidence from Brazil and India},
  author={Rakesh Basant and Na{\'e}rcio aquiNo MeNezes-Filho},
  year={2006}
}
ICT Adoption and Productivity in Developing Countries: New Firm Level Evidence from Brazil and India This paper uses a unique new data set on nearly a thousand manufacturing firms in Brazil and India to investigate the determinants of ICT adoption and its impact on performance in both countries. The descriptive evidence shows that Brazilian firms on average use ICT more intensively than their Indian counterparts but changes over time have been rather similar in both places. Within countries ICT… CONTINUE READING

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