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Paths to viability: transnational strategies among Ghana's small-scale ICT entrepreneurs

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This paper uses fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) to investigate the relative importance of mobility in the formation and viability of the internet cafes that are responsible for most local internet access in poor countries. It is based on a study of Ghanaian commercial internet cafes, the majority located in the country’s remote northern regions, with a second group of cafes studied in the capital city, Accra. The findings presented here demonstrate that while international ...

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Institution:
Institute of Development Studies
Publisher:
International Migration Institute
Series:
IMI Working Papers
Publication date:
2011
URN:
uuid:aecef2ae-ddcb-4865-bf32-86b63f3dabfc
Local pid:
ora:6200
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English
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