Corpus ID: 197414255

The Socio-Economic Significance of Information Technology for Developing Countries,

@inproceedings{Narasimhan1982TheSS,
  title={The Socio-Economic Significance of Information Technology for Developing Countries,},
  author={R. Narasimhan},
  year={1982}
}
Abstract : The service sector constitutes the critical backbone of a developing society. Information technology is the technology that underpins activities in the service sector. The development and the appropriate deployment of information technology is, thus, essential to extend the scope and improve the standards of functionally available services in a society. In this sense, information technology is an appropriate technology for socio-economic development in the third world countries.