أهمية التقنية الرقمية فى تحقيق التكامل الاقتصادي بين الدول الأفريقية
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الكلمات المفتاحية

التكامل الاقتصادي فى أفريقيا
التكنولوجية الرقمية

كيفية الاقتباس

محي الدين عاطف. 2021. "أهمية التقنية الرقمية فى تحقيق التكامل الاقتصادي بين الدول الأفريقية". مجلة جامعة الشارقة للعلوم الانسانية والاجتماعية 18 (1A):26-60. https://doi.org/10.36394/jhss/18/1A/14.

الملخص

تهدف هذه الدراسة إلى التعرف على تاثير البنيات التحتية المتمثلة فى نظم المعلومات التقنية فى تطوير التبادل التجاري بين 41 دولة فى أفريقيا خلال الفترة 2002-2016 . هذه أول دراسة من نوعها فى إطار التكامل الأفريقي تأخد فى الاعتبار أهمية التكنولوجية الرقمية . اعتمدت الدراسة على طريقة المربعات الصغري المعدلة للتعرف على أهمية التقنية الرقمية فى تعزيز التكامل الاقتصادي، وخلصت الدراسة إلى أن التقنية الرقمية كانت لها تاثير هامشي على مستوي التكامل الاقتصادي بين تلك الدول . بالتالى لتسريع التكامل الاقتصادي فى افريقيا على واضعي السياسات فى تلك الدول تخصيص المزيد من الموارد للبنيات التحتية الرقمية .

https://doi.org/10.36394/jhss/18/1A/14
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