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This paper develops a new interpretative framework to study large information systems implementations. This framework is used to make explicit the various links between the implementation process, the wider organisation and external context. This framework is applied to a substantive case to...
The discourse on globalization intersects with assumptions about how new information and communication technologies can generate economic growth in less developed countries. This paper is a critical review of some of these assumptions. It argues that the current processes of globalization cannot...
A common claim in the literature on Information Systems' implementation in the context of less developed economies or so-called "developing countries" is that the "Western" technology is at odds with the local cultural context, in particular it is believed to mismatch local rationality in the...
Is information a problem in the Micro and Small Enterprise (MSE) sector? If so, does the empowerment of MSEs necessarily come through information and communication technology? To address these questions, this study uses firm-level cross sectional data from manufacturing MSEs from selected sites...
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