Technological innovations are crucial to private sector growth and the effective delivery of public services. It is a means for countries to accelerate their economic development and bridge the global income gap. IGC research looks at how technological solutions could reform the public sector through innovations such as electronic billing machines, machine learning, mobile payments and digitisation of records.
Knowledge is power: The role of information in agricultural technology adoption
Mobile phone technology and Uganda's development
Using ICT to build state capacity
Seeding success: Increasing agricultural technology adoption through information
Harnessing technology for public sector reform: Procurement in Pakistan
Using a mobile app to improve pre- and post-natal health in Myanmar
Dealing with fake agricultural inputs
IGC Quick Clicks: How will technology impact the future of work?
Interoperability of mobile money: International experience and recommendations for Mozambique
The incidence and impact of Electronic Billing Machines for VAT in Rwanda
Coordinating farmers with cellphones: Technology innovation in livestock extension in Pakistan
I paid a bribe: Using technology to fight corruption in India
Using technology to plan for Africa’s urban expansion
Low quality, low returns, low adoption
Are apps the future of NGO service delivery?
Mobile money: Leaving no one behind in the digital age
Technology adoption and diffusion: The System of Rice Intensification and food security in Bangladesh
Organisational barriers to technology adoption: Evidence from soccer-ball producers in Pakistan (Policy Brief)
Mobile money conference panel discussions