The Future of Knowledge Sharing in a Digital Age: Exploring Impacts and Policy Implications for Development

by Jon Gregson, John Brownlee, Rachel Playforth et al.
IDS programme on Strengthening Evidence-based Policy, March 2015

78 pp. 1.9 MB

Over the next 15 years, developing countries are likely to experience sweeping changes in how states and societies engage with knowledge. These changes hold the potential to improve people’s lives by making information more available, increasing avenues for political and economic engagement, and making government more transparent and responsive. But they also carry dangers of a growing knowledge divide influenced by technology access, threats to privacy, and the potential loss of diversity of knowledge.

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