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|Title:||A systems view to IT policy in developing countries: an example from Venezuela|
|Citation:||Journal of Business and Economics, 2016; 7(1):12-20|
|Publisher:||Academic Star Publishing Company|
|Abstract:||Developing countries are finding that maintaining adequate Information Technology (IT) policies is still a challenge if they aim to their socio-economic development. This paper will explore the argument that some developing countries could benefit from a systems’ view approach to policy that enriches the process of a country’s socio-economic development. It attempts to gain an understanding of the current and potential impact of national IT policies and strategies in Venezuela and highlights a number of preliminary suggestions to incorporate a systems view (Checkland, 1981) into the design of IT policies.|
|Keywords:||Venezuela; policy-making; information technology; developing countries; acquisition|
|Rights:||© Academic Star Publishing Company, 2016|
|Appears in Collections:||Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation, and Innovation Centre publications|
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