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Readiness for the networked world

Readiness for the networked world

a quiet information revolution in Tamil Nadu

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Published by Secretary to Govt., Finance Dept., Govt. of Tamil Nadu in [Chennai] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[prepared by Harvard University].
SeriesHarvard studies ;, 16
ContributionsHarvard Institute for International Development.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 58 p. :
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3593246M
LC Control Number2002298833

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It is gauged by assessing a community's relative advancement in the areas that are most critical for ICT adoption and the most important applications of ICTs. It is our hope that Readiness for the Networked World: A Guide for Developing Countries will become a valuable resource that businesspeople, policy-makers, community leaders and others will use to unlock the tremendous potential that ICTs hold as a catalyst forFile Size: KB.

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The Networked World is: An artisan in a rural village using her community center's computer to sell handicrafts on the World Wide Web. Healthcare workers accessing online databases to research recent health advisories. The three countries most likely to reap the benefits of the digital future are Sweden, Singapore, and the Netherlands, according to the Network Readiness Index (NRI) report.

Ranking the network readiness of economies, the study also reveals that the United States and other Northern and Western European countries are among the world’s most future-ready societies because of their.

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Center for International Development at Harvard University (Ed.) (). Readiness for the Networked World. A Guide for Developing dge: Center for International Development at. Readiness is the degree to which a community is prepared to participate in the Networked World.

It is gauged by assessing a community's relative advancement in the areas that are most critical for ICT adoption and the most important applications of ICTs.

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Networked Readiness Dataset (xls) Infographics and Shareables; Blogs and Opinions; Press Releases [ — Divider — ] Preface; Acknowledgments; Foreword; Executive Summary; Part 1 Innovating in the Digital Economy.

The Networked Readiness Index Innovation in the digital economy through the lens of the NRI; Country and regional trends. Readiness for the Networked World, also known as CID e-readiness tool, was developed by the Center for International Development (CID) at Harvard University in (CID, ).File Size: KB.

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