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In January 2016, the World Bank released World Development Report 2016: Digital Dividends.
The 330 page paper is an insightful read with brilliant analysis of how ' '.
Part of the report is about efficacy of digital technologies to improve public service delivery in developing countries.
World Development Report 2016 (WDR 2016) team analyzes 530 e-government projects in over 100 countries to determine where the digital technology projects funded by the World Bank are more successful.
WDR 2016 found that "e-government ."
These projects are self-evaluated by the World Bank. The project outcomes are “strongly positively linked to the quality of government institutions, as measured by the Worldwide Governance Indicators.”
This analysis is a reminder that
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Data source: http://bit.do/WDR2016-Fig3_16 (Excel file)