Daniel Bjorkegren

Daniel Bjorkegren is an assistant professor at the Population Studies and Training Center at Brown University. His research interests include development, industrial organization, information technology, and mobile phones.

Content by Daniel Bjorkegren
  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Digital information channels in the Rwandan potato value chain

    The potential of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to provide smallholder farmers with useful agronomic and market information is widely heralded. Mobile phones can offer much richer modes of communication sharing, but in many parts of the world limited digital literacy, use of smart phones, and poor data connectivity can constrain this potential. ...

    13 Oct 2020 | Ram Fishman, Daniel Bjorkegren, Michael Kremer

  • Project

    Digital information channels in the Rwandan potato value chain

    There are several challenges in modernising agricultural value chains in developing countries. A substantial one is the high unit cost of connecting a vast and remote population of small-scale growers (henceforth, growers) to markets and useful information. The introduction of information and communication technology (ICT) into this sector holds great promise for...

    10 Dec 2019 | Ram Fishman, Michael Kremer, Daniel Bjorkegren