|Author:||Grey Burkhart,Susan Older|
|Title:||The Information Revolution in the Middle East and North Africa|
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|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Rand Publishing (March 11, 2003)|
Information infrastructure and technology Economic and business dimensions Sociopolitical issues Governments and their opponents Security challenges Variations in the information revolution across the Middle East and North Africa Will some countries miss the information revolution? Policy implications for the United States. Personal Name: Older, Susan.
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Grey E. Burkhart, Susan Older. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 0-8330-3323-9 (pb. 1. 2. 3. 4. xiv The Information Revolution in the Middle East and North Africa. The governments and commercial sectors of the Driven countries understand that the information revolution can create jobs and re-vive local economies. The job markets have not kept pace at all with the increasing numbers of young people entering them; this situa-tion has been exacerbated to the extent that women are now going to work, too. A new class of information workers, likely to be largely female, may be emerging.
It is unlikely that most MENA countries will fully enjoy an information revol This report explores the future of the information revolution in the countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The development gap in information and communication technology between MENA and OECD countries and between rich and poor sectors within MENA countries is likely to increase. It is unlikely that most MENA countries will fully enjoy an information revolution during the next decade. Lists with This Book.
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