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Economic dimensions of telecommunications access

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As wealth and income increase, so too does the desire and ability to communicate with others. Suggests the opposite conclusion: that the link between telecommunications access and income levels is a causality that runs in the opposite direction ‐ increased telecommunications access leads to increases in incomes. Discrimination against such access for the less developed countries is one of the great disparities of the twenty-first century.
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Keywords: Discrimination; Economics; Telecommunications

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2001

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