by James Mwangi, Robin Miller, Daniel Tuttle et al.
Dalberg Research, April 2013
This report describes the role of the Internet on the socioeconomic development of Sub-Saharan Africa and its potential going forward. It builds atop a body of research that has sought to identify and measure the economic benefits of the Internet and broadband. These previous reports, most of which have found a positive relationship between economic development and the Internet, provide helpful starting points, because they have aggregated a wealth of data from an array of countries across the globe.