The information technology revolution and economic development

@inproceedings{Hanna1991TheIT,
  title={The information technology revolution and economic development},
  author={Nagy Hanna},
  year={1991}
}
Information ranks with other major development resources: human, natural, and financial resources. Development assistance agencies must thus understand the role of information and information technologies (informatics) in the developing countries to respond to a rapidly evolving global environment. Recent experience applying information technology in developing and industrial countries that appear to offer promising solutions to information problems is the basis for that understanding. The… CONTINUE READING

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