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R K Bagga, Kenneth Keniston and Rohit Raj Mathur. R K Bagga and Rohit Raj Mathur. State, ICT and Development. Recommendations Emerging out of the Policy Environment in India. This book brings together thoughts on how policy initiatives, investments, R&D and incentives aim at opening & of opportunity to large segments of Indians who find themselves left out of the digital loo. .
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Kenneth Keniston is Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Human . Divide (2004); with Rohit Raj Mathur and . Bagga, The State, IT, and Development (2005)
Kenneth Keniston is Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Human Development, Emeritus, in the Program in Science, Technology, and Society at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Professor Keniston is the author of nine books and more than one hundred articles and chapters. His most recent works are, with D. Guston, The Fragile Contract (1994); with J. Ker Conway and L. Marx, Earth, Air, Fire, Water: Humanistic Studies of the Environment (2000); with Deepak Kumar, IT Experience in India: Bridging the Digital Divide (2004); with Rohit Raj Mathur and . Bagga, The State, IT, and Development (2005)
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Welcome to the new Penn State Libraries Catalog. Learn more about the project, submit feedback on your experience, or switch to classic Cat. Catalog. Bookmarks 0. Course Reserves. Subject(s): Digital divide-India. Information technology-Economic aspects-India.
Topics examined include: governance challenges and the pitfalls of ICT applications; citizen-centric governance; cyberlaws and their implementation; the role of ICT in combating corruption; technological and human readiness to make e-governance a reality; conceptualizing successful ICT projects for everyone; and ICT applications in agriculture and in harnessing social capital and ensuring financial returns.
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