Mobile technology provides tools and connections that enhance the lives of those who have this access. With the introduction of smartphones and tablet computers, there has been a sea change in the way people access and share information. Brookings experts study the impact mobile technology has on the public and private sectors, looking at ways to increase efficiency and innovation.
Reuters/Thomas Mukoya - A customer conducts 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 July 15, 2013.
Mobile Wars and Political Barriers to Entry: Safaricom vs. Equity Bank
October 29, 2014, Mwangi S. Kimenyi
Mwangi Kimenyi weighs in on the regulation debate between mobile phone providers and banks in Africa as competition in mobile banking innovation continues to grow.
September 25, 2014, Jenny C. Aker
September 15, 2014, Joshua Bleiberg and Darrell M. West
September 10, 2014
September 10, 2014, Darrell M. West
September 9, 2014, Joshua Bleiberg and Darrell M. West
July 16, 2014, Joshua Bleiberg and Darrell M. West
June 24, 2014, Joshua Bleiberg
May 22, 2014, Haihua Li
May 20, 2014
May 14, 2014, Hillary Schaub and Darrell M. West
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