The Digital Economy

Is this a new opportunity for developing countries?

Image: An employee registers a customer for a mobile money transfer, known as M-Pesa, inside the Safaricom mobile phone care centre in the central business district of Kenya's capital Nairobi. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Laura D'Andrea Tyson

Distinguished Professor of the Graduate School, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

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