2003
Publication:
Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard University

This case study refers to a project in Zheizhang Province, China, involving the use of information and communications technologies to build an information network for the dissemination of agricultural technologies. The case study finds that though the project has begun to facilitate horizontal linkages between farmers, the actual operation is not satisfactory because farmers lack methods to access information and fear consulting with officials, who operate the whole system's capacities.

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