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DATE

1995-04

AUTHORS

Sufi M. Nazem

ABSTRACT

The state of the telecommunications infrastructure varies from one nation to another and from one area to another within a country. The transition to an information age requires universal access to information networks, and today such accessibility is at best uneven. While the disparity between developed and developing countries is well known, some emerging nations have had considerable success in developing information infrastructures through liberalization and privatization of their telecommunications industries. This article evaluates the existing environment of the information-intensive society and prospects for the global information age of the future. More... »

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23-30

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02175118

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