Discussions on Development that encompasses how ICTs can make a difference in climate, political, health disturbances and business environment require a multidisciplinary approach which demand contributions from IS community, the private sector, development agencies, practitioner and other academia. This would enable the development community to identify the objectives of technology for empowerment and how they should be achieved in the practice of national development. This study serves as a response to the call for more macro/micro level policy research on the role of ICT on national development. The paper reviews the previous research in this domain and proposes a research direction for macro/micro level impact of ICT on national development on the Africa continent.
Bankole, Felix Dr and Mimbi, Lucas
"ICT Infrastructure and It’s Impact on National Development: A Research Direction for Africa,"
The African Journal of Information Systems: Vol. 9:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/ajis/vol9/iss2/1