Development Mobile Phone Studies 2000/2010

  1. Abraham, R. (2007). Mobile Phones and Economic Development: Evidence from the fishing industry in India. Information Technologies and International Development, 4(1), 5-17.
  2. Angoitia, R. d., & Ramirez, F. (2009). Strategic Use of Mobile Telephony at the Bottom of the Pyramid: The case of Mexico. Information Technologies and International Development, 5(3), 35-53.
  3. Barendregt, B. (2008). Sex, Cannibals, and the Language of Cool: Indonesian tales of the phone and modernity. The Information Society, 24(3), 160-170.
  4. Boadi, R. A., Boateng, R., Hinson, R., & Opoku, R. A. (2007). Preliminary Insights into M-commerce Adoption in Ghana. Information Development, 23(4), 253-265.
  5. Chib, A., Lwin, M. O., Ang, J., Lin, H., & Santoso, F. (2008). Midwives and Mobiles: Using ICTs to improve healthcare in Aceh Besar, Indonesia. Asian Journal of Communication, 18(4), 348-364.
  6. Chigona, W., Beukes, D., Vally, J., & Tanner, M. (2009). Can Mobile Internet Help Alleviate Social Exclusion in Developing Countries? The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, 36(7), 1-16.
  7. Donner, J. (2004). Microentrepreneurs and Mobiles: An exploration of the uses of mobile phones by small business owners in Rwanda. Information Technologies and International Development, 2(1), 1-21.
  8. Donner, J. (2007). Customer Acquisition among Small and Informal Businesses in Urban India: Comparing face-to-face and mediated channels. The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, 32(3), 1-16.
  9. Donner, J. (2008). Research Approaches to Mobile Use in the Developing World: A review of the literature. The Information Society, 24(3), 140-159.
  10. Donner, J., & Tellez, C. A. (2008). Mobile Banking and Economic Development: Linking adoption, impact, and use. Asian Journal of Communication, 18(4), 318-332.
  11. Duncombe, R., & Boateng, R. (2009). Mobile Phones and Financial Services in Developing Countries: A review of concepts, methods, issues, evidence and future research directions. Third World Quaterly, 30(7), 1237-1258.
  12. Dunn, H. S. (2009). Teleworking the Mobile Caribbean: Enabling remote work among the marginalized in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. Information Technologies and International Development, 5(2), 52-66.
  13. Fong, M. W. L. (2009). Digital Divide between Urban and Rural regions in China. The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, 36(6), 1-12.
  14. Fortunati, L., Lee, F., & Lin, A. (2008). Introduction to the Special Issue on Mobile Societies in Asia-Pacific. The Information Society, 24(3), 135-139.
  15. Goggin, G. (2008). ‘Reorienting the Mobile: Australasian imaginaries. The Information Society, 24(3), 171-181.
  16. He, Z. (2008). SMS in China: A major carrier of the nonofficial discourse universe. The Information Society, 24(3), 182-190.
  17. Howard, P. P., & Mazaheri, N. (2009). Telecommunications Reform, Internet Use and Mobile Phone Adoption in the Developing World. World Development, 37(7), 1159-1169.
  18. Jagun, A., Heeks, R., & Whalley, J. (2008). The Impact of Mobile Telephony on Developing Country Micro-Enterprise: A Nigerian case study. Information Technologies and International Development, 4(4), 47-65.
  19. Kim, G., Shin, B., & Lee, H. G. (2009). Understanding Dynamics between Initial Trust and Usage Intentions of Mobile Banking. Information Systems Journal, 19, 283-311.
  20. Kyem, P. A. K., & LeMarie, P. K. (2006). Transforming recent gains in the Digital Divide into Digital Opportunities: Africa and the boom in mobile phone subscription. The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, 28(5), 1-16.
  21. Levy, M. R., & Banerjee, I. (2008). Urban Entrepreneurs, ICTs, and Emerging Theories: A new direction for development communication. Asian Journal of Communication, 18(4), 304-317.
  22. Mariscal, J., & Rivera, E. (2006). Mobile Communications in Mexico in the Latin American Context. Information Technologies and International Development, 3(2), 41-55.
  23. Meso, P., Musa, P., & Mbarika, V. (2005). Towards a Model of Consumer Use of Mobile Information and Communication Technology in LDCs: The case of sub-Saharan Africa. Information Systems Journal, 15, 119-146.
  24. Molony, T. (2006). ‘I Don’t Trust the Phone; It Always Lies’: Trust and information and communication technologies in Tanzanian micro- and small enterprises. Information Technologies and International Development, 3(4), 67-83.
  25. Muto, M., & Yamano, T. (2009). The Impact of Mobile Phone Coverage Expansion on Market Participation: Panel data evidence from Uganda. World Development, 37(12), 1887-1896.
  26. Narayan, G. (2007). Addressing the Digital Divide: E-governance and m-governance in a hub and spoke model. The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, 31(1), 1-14.
  27. Raiti, G. C. (2006). The Lost Sheep of ICT4D Research. Information Technologies and International Development, 3(4), 1-7.
  28. Rashid, A. T., & Elder, L. (2009). Mobile Phones and Development: An analysis of IDRC-supported projects. The Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, 36(2), 1-16.
  29. Sofowora, O. (2009). The potential of using information and communication technology for poverty alleviation and economic empowerment in Osun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 5(3), 1-10.
  30. Sturges, P. (2009). Sustainable Information Development: A journal and a concept twenty-five years on. Information Development, 25(1), 16-21.
  31. Ureta, S. (2008). Mobilising Poverty?: Mobile phone use and everyday spatial mobility among low-income families in Santiago, Chile. The Information Society, 24(2), 83-92.
  32. Veeraraghavan, R., Yasodhar, N., & Toyama, K. (2009). Warana Unwired: Replacing PCs with mobile phones in a rural sugarcane cooperative. Information Technologies and International Development, 5(1), 81-95.
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