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· September, 2009

Stories about Economics & Business from September, 2009

Trinidad & Tobago: Digging a Hole

Czech Republic: Temelín Nuclear Power Plant

Trinidad & Tobago: Thinking & Drinking

China: Mooncake

Myanmar: New Currency Note Issued

Brazil: Socio-digital Inclusion through the Lan House Revolution

The poorest and most excluded population of Brazil have increasingly more access to the Internet through Local Area Networks. But, has the digital inclusion promoted by lan houses across the...

B.V.I.: Heritage Tourism

Trinidad & Tobago: The Price of Progress is High

Hungary: Political Talk Show Taken Off Air

Israel: Cafes Discourage Digital Workers

Israel: Dealing with Israelis During the Holiday Season

Bermuda: too wobbly for business?

Jamaica: utilities hardship

Harvard Forum – Faith and focus

Ethan's final live-blog post from the Harvard Forum about internet and communications technology ICT for development with concluding thoughts from several participants.

Botswana: Churches targeted by crime syndicates

Harvard Forum – What do we need to know?

Today's conversation starts with discussions of “knowledge gaps”, open questions we need to answer through research so we can understand what's succeeding and failing in our field.

India: The Paradox Of Poverty

Harvard Forum: ICT4D and, and, and

Ethan brings the live-blog from day one to a close after questions and lively discussion with conclusion from Mike Best who suggests there's no way to summarize these discussions… with...

Harvard Forum: Are we satisfied with what we've got?

The live-blogging continues, as Michael Spence helps identify questions that are top research priorities for the ICT for development field with input from Yochai Benkler, Rohan Samarajiva, Hernan Galperin, Alison...

Ukraine: Fundraising to Help Street Children

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