Some Thoughts on ICT and Growth

Spence, Michael
September 2010
Information Technologies & International Development;2010 Supplement, p5
Academic Journal
The author expresses his views on the Harvard Forum conducted at the Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2003 and 2009, which discussed the information and communications technology (ICT) industry. He states that aside from the ICT industry, the forum also tackled economic development. He also offers information on the progress in mobile phone and data technology.


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