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Teleuse@BOP3 working paper series

Please note: The data and findings of this study may not be used in legal proceedings. Please contact the author(s) or ayesha[at]lirneasia[dot]net for any paper updates. New papers will be added as they become available.

Special issue on the Information Technology and International Development (ITID) Journal, Vol 7, Issue 3 – Fall 2011 (Special Issue: Mobile Telephony Special Issue)

A research agenda for applying Mobile 2.0 solutions for base-of-the-pyramid user communities | Tim Kelly (PhD, Lead ICT Policy Specialist, infoDev, World Bank)

The potential of mobile remittances for the bottom of the pyramid: Findings from emerging Asia (version 1.9) | Nirmali Sivapragasam (LIRNEasia), Aileen Agüero (DIRSI) and Harsha de Silva (LIRNEasia) [Nirmali Sivapragasam, Aileen Agüero, Harsha de Silva, (2011) “The potential of mobile remittances for the bottom of the pyramid: findings from emerging Asia“, info, Vol. 13 Iss: 3, pp.91 – 109]

How the developing world may participate in the global Internet economy: Innovation driven by competition | Rohan Samarajiva, PhD (LIRNEasia (presented at OECD/infoDeve Workshop on the Internet Economy: Policy coherence in the application of informaiton and communication technologies for development, September 2009, Paris)

The price sensitivity of mobile use among low income households in six countries of Asia | Sangamitra Ramachander (Department of International Development, University of Oxford)

Mobile 2.0: m-money for the BOP in the Philippines | Erwin Alampay (PhD, National College of Public Administration and Governance in the University of the Philippines, LIRNEasia) and Gemma Bala (a part of the Mobile2.0 study)

This work was carried out by with the aid of a grant from the International Development Research Centre (Ottawa, Canada) and the Department for International Development of the UK (DFID), and funding by Telenor Research & Development Centre Sdn. Bhd.


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