Telecommunications and Regional Development (Report)
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies 2009, May, 15, 2
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies
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1. INTRODUCTION Telecommunications have become recognised by many local communities as an increasingly important part of their overall economic infrastructure, as important as traditional infrastructure such as roads and bridges. Some writers have gone as far as saying that it is an "essential" community need, alongside transportation and utilities such as water, gas and electricity (Williams, 1995 p. 67). It can be seen as one of the major elements of modern technology, which has been recognised as a major contributor to regional development (Bamberry, 2006).
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- Category: Social Science
- Published: 01 May 2009
- Publisher: Regional Science Association, Australian and New Zealand Section
- Print Length: 32 Pages
- Language: English