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The much-discussed inequality in access to electronic information technology between developed and non-developed countries is nothing new, say James (development economics, Tilburg U., the Netherlands), but merely the continuation of an ongoing technology gap between the rich and the poor. He argues that overcoming the divide will require developing technology very different than that now available. He also discusses policy action that would help. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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