Nobel Laureate Michael Kremer on Closing the Digital Rural and Agricultural Development Divide

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Nobel Laureate Michael Kremer on Closing the Digital Rural and Agricultural Development Divide

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Nobel Laureate Michael Kremer on closing the digital rural and agricultural development divide

Access to, and use of, digital technology in rural areas of developing countries has increased in recent decades, underpinning a vast body of research on its implications for agricultural production and the wellbeing of rural households.

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In this podcast, Nobel laureate Michael Kremer, an economics professor at the University of Chicago, discusses digitalization experiences and lessons learned within the agricultural sector and prospects for digital rural and agricultural development.

The discussion is based on Kremer’s remarks during the ADBI Conference on Rural and Agricultural Development in the Digital Age.

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