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ISSN: 2450-775X    OAI    DOI: 10.18276/miz.2017.50-06
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Lista wydań / nr 4 (50) 2017
A Public Management Framework for Wireless Broadband Development in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa
(Publiczne ramy zarządzania dla rozwoju bezprzewodowych łączy szerokopasmowych na obszarach wiejskich w Afryce Subsaharyjskiej)

Autorzy: Idongesit Williams
CMI, Aalborg University, Denmark

Morten Falch
CMI, Aalborg University, Denmark

Reza Tadayoni
CMI, Aalborg University, Denmark
Słowa kluczowe: zarządzanie publiczne nowe zarządzanie publiczne PPP łącza szerokopasmowe na obszarach wiejskich zarządzanie
Rok wydania:2017
Liczba stron:28 (89-116)
Klasyfikacja JEL: O18 R53 P43 H70
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W artykule dokonano identyfikacji potencjalnych publicznych i prywatnych interesariuszy potrzebnych, aby pomóc społecznościom wiejskim w dostarczaniu bezprzewodowej infrastruktury szerokopasmowej w Afryce Subsaharyjskiej. Te obszary wiejskie nie są komercyjnie opłacalne w przypadku mobilnych sieci szerokopasmowych. Jednak niewiele społeczności wiejskich w regionie próbowało rozwijać sieci wi-fi. Niewielu się udało, a niektóre z nich poniosły porażkę. Ramy partnerstwa prywatno-prywatnego, które można dostosować w celu dostarczania i zapewniania wsparcia dla tej inicjatywy mogą stanowić odpowiedź na niepowodzenie takich inicjatyw. W artykule przyjęto teorię identyfikacji interesariuszy i jej znaczenie w 6 inicjatywach społecznościowych w krajach rozwiniętych i rozwijających się, aby zidentyfikować różnorodne podejścia dotyczące interesariuszy w takich przypadkach. Bazując na uzyskanych wynikach wykorzystano interpretacyjną analizę fenomenologiczną do wyjaśnienia, w jaki sposób osiągnięte rezultaty mogą być wykorzystane przez agencje sektora publicznego w Afryce, aby pomóc społecznościom wiejskim w rozwijaniu zrównoważonych sieci wi-fi. W artykule stwierdza się, że trójkątne relacje między społecznością, agencją sektora publicznego z atrakcyjnymi zachętami dla poszczególnych zainteresowanych stron, mogą służyć jako podstawa do organizowania takich interesariuszy, aby pomóc społeczności w rozwijaniu sieci.
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