Harvard Forum essays on ICT4D
The two-day Harvard Forum II was sponsored by Canada’s International Development Research Centre and hosted by the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University in September 2009.
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– The mobile and the world – Amartya Sen
– Some thoughts on ICT and growth – Michael Spence (Nobel in Economics, 2001)
– Capital, power, and the next step in decentralization – Yochai Benkler
– Decentralizing the mobile phone: a second ICT4D revolution – Ethan Zuckerman