Information Systems in Developing Countries

Information Systems in Developing Countries

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In this volume, we go beyond the theoretical, the polemical and the philosophical to consider practical issues as they are encountered by stakeholders in the developing country context. 15 author teams explore key issues organized into four sections: (1) Theoretical Background and Culture; (2) Telecentres; (3) Applications; and (4) Key Concepts with Country Specific Studies. Examples of these applications are also described in chapters about Azerbaijan, Brazil, China, Fiji, India and Thailand. Published by City University of Hong Kong Press. eb™acmaŸŽac‚acsasca‡oc‰ˆcc¾a‡oc‰ˆa€‚Significantly, Sohu has developed mutually-beneficial working relationships with the leading mobile phone service providers in China. As a result, its registration system seamlessly includes every mobile phone user. These users can thenanbsp;...

Title:Information Systems in Developing Countries
Author:Robert M. DAVISON, Roger W. HARRIS, Sajda QURESHI, Douglas R. VOGEL, Gert-Jan de VREEDE
Publisher:City University of HK Press - 2005-06-01


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