The Mobile Economy Project examines how the rapid expansion of mobile technology around the world is transforming economic opportunity for millions.
Azeez Agoro (2nd L) works with his friends on a laptop computer to upload music tracks and video clips to the mobile phones of customers in the Obalende district of Lagos (REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye).
October 23, 2012, Darrell M. West
Darrell West discusses how mobile entrepreneurship improves the opportunities for social and economic development around the world. He offers policy recommendations that outline next steps needed to overcome current barriers to m-entrepreneurship.
May 22, 2012, Darrell M. West
February 14, 2012, Darrell M. West
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