Title:Strategies to Empower Development: Improving Financial Opportunity and Equality for the Urban and Ultra Poor
 
Date:Sunday, 19 January 2020
Time:15:30–16:45
Location:MPCC, South Pacific 2
WEB_DESC:The value of telecommunications technologies across diverse milieus is explored. From blockchain’s potential to improve life for the ultra poor and provide communications for the most marginalized users in the US, to the growing use of digital tools by governments to promote policy, evidence of advantages to key socio-economic needs are explored.
 
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TitleEtc:Professor, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, USA
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TitleEtc:Doctoral Student & Graduate Fellow, University of Southern California, USA
Award Name:2020 Yale M. Braunstein Student Award Winner
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TitleEtc:Assistant Professor, Center of Global Education and Discovery, Sophia University, Japan
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TitleEtc:Assistant Professor, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Universidad de La Sabana, Colombia
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Role:Moderator
TitleEtc:Interim Director, Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management, Ryerson University, Canada