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Rural informatization in China

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Published by World Bank in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information technology -- Economic aspects -- China,
  • Information technology -- Government policy -- China,
  • Rural development -- China,
  • Information superhighway -- China,
  • Telecommunication policy -- China

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWorld Bank, Global Information and Communications Department, ICT Policy Division.
    ContributionsWorld Bank. Global Information & Communication Technologies Dept. Policy Division
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC430.I55 R87 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23235491M
    ISBN 109780821380185, 9780821380208
    LC Control Number2009020151

    Rural informatization in China (الانكليزية) الخلاصة. China's recent economic growth has expanded industrialization and urbanization, upgraded consumption, increased social mobility, and initiated a shift from an economy based on agriculture to one based on industry and by: Information poverty is a new form of poverty in information society. With the growing information-gap between urban and rural areas, information poverty is prevailing in the vast rural areas in China. It is largely restricted the new rural construction and the social harmonious development of villages and towns and must be resolved. The evaluation of rural information poverty is the .

    Conventional wisdom explains the remarkable growth of Chinese rural industry after in terms of changes in economic policy; that rural industrialization took off through a combination of privatization, liberalization, and fiscal decentralization. This book takes issue with such claims. Using a newly-constructed dataset covering China’s 2, counties and complemented by a Author: Chris Bramall.   Rural residents in these areas can enjoy some discounts if they buy computers of some certain models in designated outlets. Such a move will substantially promote the rural informatization development, and make the rural informatization strategy implemented in China by Intel since have a new goal.

    In China, the last decade has seen rural informatization, that is, “the transformation of an economy and soci- ety driven by information and communication technologies” (Qiang, , p. 1) as an important componentFile Size: 79KB. Abstract Information poverty is a new form of poverty in information society. With the growing information-gap between urban and rural areas, information poverty is prevailing in the vast rural areas in China. It is largely restricted the new rural construction and the social harmonious development of villages and towns and must be resolved.


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Rural informatization in China Download PDF EPUB FB2

This report draws from background research conducted by the advisory committee for state informatization, and attempts to provide an overview of China's rural information and communications technology (ICT) development primarily in the past 15 years.

The report first describes the status of China's rural informatization infrastructure. Development of China's Rural Information Infrastructure Rural Informatization Initiatives and Organizational Models Lessons from International Experiences Challenges for Rural Informatization in China Recommendations Conclusions --Appendix 1.

Rural informatization in China book Government Strategies and Initiatives for Rural Information --Appendix 2. However, more than half of China’s people still live in rural areas—where average income per capita is less than a third of the urban has adopted a new development paradigm in its 11th Five-Year Plan (covering –11), emphasizing the building of a Harmonious Society (he xie she hui) with more balanced development across.

Rural Informatization in China (World Bank Working Papers) Nagy K. Hanna, Christina Zhen-wei Qiang, Asheeta Bhavnani, Kaoru Kimura, Randeep Sudan China s recent economic growth has expanded industrialization and urbanization, upgraded consumption, increased social mobility, and initiated a shift from an economy based on agriculture to one based on industry and services.

Rural China Informatization Development Report ()(Chinese Edition) [LI DAO LIANG] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This paper analyses the status of rural informatization of China from different perspectives, including China’s development timeline, info-platform, re- sources, geography, and income; and puts forward some recommendations of development as follows: (1) Strengthening government promotion and infrastructure : Junjing Yuan, Daoliang Li, Hongwen Li.

Rural informatization in China (English) Abstract. China's recent economic growth has expanded industrialization and urbanization, upgraded consumption, increased social mobility, and initiated a shift from an economy based on agriculture to one based on industry and services.

Still more than half of Cited by:   Abstract This paper investigates rural informatization policies in China using a bibliometric method. Co-wording, social networks, and citation analyses were used to research issue dates, content, issuing agencies and administrative impacts of : Xiaoqian Zhang, Feng Yang.

Rural Informatization in China presents an overview and in-depth analysis of rural ICT initiatives in China. This study reviews the present-day status of China's rural informatization infrastructure, examines and summarizes by organizational model Cited by: Prior research has found that nationally speaking, China's agricultural informatization featured a fragmented policy landscape, in which various government ministries were engaged in independent projects, and a paramount party–state ideological presence, where rural informatization had seemingly become one of the top agricultural related issues among the government's agenda.

As a political campaign, agricultural informatization Cited by: The development status of rural informatization in Beijing was analyzed from three aspects, which include infrastructure building, resource platform and service system construction, and the.

Rural Informatization in China the biggest challenges for the commercial model is to find an ownership and management structure with the benefits of both worlds—the social impact and developmentfocusofthegovernmentorNGO,andtheflexibilityandfinancialviability.

How to Develop Rural Informatization in China reached million on the Chinese mainland (Tong, ). According to the Chinese Ministry of Information & Industry, by implementing the “Village Coverage Project,” the volume of telephones in rural areas increased rapidly.

By the end ofthere were 11 provinces and cities where every. Rural Informatization in China is part of the World Bank Working Paper series. These papers are published to communicate the results of the Bank's ongoing research and to stimulate public discussion.

Rural informatization in China. [Christine Zhen-Wei Qiang;] -- China's recent economic growth has expanded industrialization and urbanization, upgraded consumption, increased social mobility, and initiated a shift from an economy based on agriculture to one.

In AugustChina established the State Informatization Leading Group (SILG) and the State Council Informatization Office (SCITO), headed by the premier of the State Council, China s Cabinet. During the Tenth Five-Year Plan () period, SILG had formulated strategies and made a series of important decisions and plans for mid- and Author: Qu Weizhi.

Abstract:The development status of rural informatization in Beijing was analyzed from three aspects, which include infrastructure building, resource platform and service system construction, and the information technology application in rural areas.

DEVELOPMENT AND POLICY PROPOSALS OF RURAL INFORMATIZATION IN CHINA Yanjun Zhang1, Liwei Zhang1, Liying Xu1, Daoliang Li1,*, Jing Du1,2 1 College of Information and Electrical Engineering, China agricultural University, Beijing, P. China, 2 China Agricultural University Library, Beijing, P.

China, * Corresponding author, Address: Cited by: 1. From Table 7, the index of the rural informatization level averaged in the mainland of China; the index is bigger in two regions, the eastern and northeast regions, of China’s four areas than the national average in the mainland of by: This report draws from background research conducted by the advisory committee for state informatization, and attempts to provide an overview of China's rural information and communications technology (ICT) development primarily in the past 15 by: 7.

Rural Informatization in China is part of the World Bank Working Paper series. These papers are published to communicate the results of the Bank’s .The Development and Application of Regional Education Informatization in China: /ch Education informatization has become a significant symbol of educational modernization.

Over the past 20 years, China has made remarkable achievements in theCited by: 1.With the increasing level of China's economic development, agriculture and rural economy have placed a growing demand on informatization.

From the overall perspective of agricultural and rural informatization, this paper gives a detailed analysis of current situation, goals, tasks and constraints about agricultural and rural informatization Cited by: 1.