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Will digital technologies transform agriculture in developing countries?

Collection:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center (ACDC)
Contributor:
Deichmann, Uwe (main author), Goyal, Aparajita (author), Mishra, Deepak (author)
Format:
Journal article
Publication Date:
2016
Published:
International
Location:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center, Funk Library, University of Illinois
Subject Term:
adoption, Africa, developing nations, development, development issues, economics of information, extension, extension communication, extension services, face-to-face communication, farm families, farmers, information issues, Internet, media effectiveness, mobile communication systems, newspapers, online services, policies, radio, regulations, rural development, rural populations, rural-urban differences, Tanzania, telephone communication, value of information, information technology, digital, digital divide, transparency, cell phones, smartphones, Botswana (Africa, Southern), Cameroon (Africa, Middle), Ethiopia (Africa, Eastern), Ghana (Africa), Kenya (Africa, Eastern), Mozambique (Africa, Eastern), Namibia (Africa, Southern), Nigeria (Africa, Western), Rwanda (Africa, Eastern), South Africa (Africa, Southern), Uganda (Africa, Eastern)
Notes:
Focuses on results in World Development Report 2016: Digital Divide, published by the World Bank.