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Dernière sortie : 21/10/2017
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21/10/2017 - ASCOT
Qipco Champion Stakes (British Champions Middle Distance) (Group 1)
Plat-3 ans et Plus-Course A - Piste Turf
10 Partants
Rg Cheval Poids Jockey Cote Corde
1 CRACKSMAN 57.5 kg DETTORI F. 3 4
2 POET'S WORD 59.5 kg ATZENI A. 10 7
3 HIGHLAND REEL 59.5 kg MOORE RL. 9 9
4 RECOLETOS 57.5 kg PESLIER O. 15 6
5 DESERT ENCOUNTER 59.5 kg LEVEY S. 62 8
7 CLIFFS OF MOHER 57.5 kg SEAMIE HEFFERNAN JA. 12 1
09/09/2017 - LEOPARDSTOWN
QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes (Group 1) (Outer Track)
Plat-3 ans et Plus-2000m - Piste Turf
10 Partants
Rg Cheval Poids Jockey Cote Corde
1 DECORATED KNIGHT カナダのガチョウのオンラインショップter cheval-col-dist-poids">60.5 kg ATZENI A. 26 10
2 POET'S WORD 60.5 kg DOYLE J. 10 9
3 EMINENT 57.5 kg DETTORI F. 4 1
4 MOONLIGHT MAGIC 60.5 kg MANNING KJ. 38 5
5 TAJ MAHAL 57.5 kg O'BRIEN Mlle D. 50 4
6 CLIFFS OF MOHER 57.5 kg SEAMIE HEFFERNAN JA. 11 6
23/08/2017 - YORK
Juddmonte International Stakes (British Champions Series) (Group 1)
Plat-3 ans et Plus-2000m-Course A - Piste Turf
7 Partants
Rg Cheval Poids Jockey Cote Corde
1 ULYSSES 60 kg CROWLEY J. 4 3
2 CHURCHILL 56.5 kg MOORE RL. 5 5
3 BARNEY ROY 56.5 kg DOYLE J. 3 7
4 CLIFFS OF MOHER 56.5 kg SEAMIE HEFFERNAN JA. 7 2
5 DECORATED KNIGHT 60 kg ATZENI A. 16 1
08/07/2017 - SANDOWN
Coral-Eclipse (Group 1) (British Champions Series)
Plat-3 ans et Plus-1800m-Course A - Piste Turf
9 Partants
Rg Cheval Poids Jockey Cote Corde
1 ULYSSES 60.5 kg JIM CROWLEY 10 6
2 BARNEY ROY 56 kg DOYLE J. 4 4
3 DESERT ENCOUNTER 60.5 kg SEAN LEVEY 50 8
4 CLIFFS OF MOHER 56 kg MOORE RL. 3 1
5 EMINENT 56 kg DE SOUSA S. 6 3
6 DECORATED KNIGHT 60.5 kg PESLIER O. 6 2
03/06/2017 - EPSOM
PRIX EPSOM DERBY
Plat - 2400 mètres - Groupe 1 - Corde a Gauche
19 Partants
Rg Cheval Poids Jockey Cote Corde
1 WINGS OF EAGLES 57 kg PADRAIG BEGGY 91 14
2 CLIFFS OF MOHER 57 kg RYAN MOORE 6 13
3 CRACKSMAN 57 kg FRANKIE DETTORI 4 7
4 EMINENT 57 kg JIM CROWLEY 7 4
5 BENBATL 57 kg OISIN MURPHY 30 16

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A knowledge economy or an information society in Africa? Thintegration and the mobile phone revolution

Pádraig Carmody

Information Technology for Development, 2013, vol. 19, issue 1, 24-39

Abstract: Much has been written about the impacts of new information and communication technology in Africa and its transformational socio-economic impacts. The penetration of mobile phones in particular has been particularly marked in recent years. This paper seeks to interrogate the hypothesis of transformation by examining the ways in which Africa is integrated into the global mobile phone value chain, and then the uses to which this technology is put on the continent. There is a fundamental distinction between having a knowledge economy and an information society. While mobiles are having significant, and sometimes welfare-enhancing impacts, their use is embedded in existing relations of social support, and also conflict. Consequently, their impacts are dialectical, facilitating change, but also reinforcing existing power relations. While Africa may be an information society, it is not, as yet, developing a knowledge economy. Mobile phone usage then represents a form of thin, rather than thick, integration ("thintegration") in the global economy, which, because it does not lead to high value-added exports, does not fundamentally alter the continent's dependent position.

Date: 2013
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3 EMINENT 57.5 kg DETTORI F. 4 1 4 MOONLIGHT MAGIC 60.5 kg MANNING KJ. 38 5 5 TAJ MAHAL 57.5 kg O'BRIEN Mlle D. 50 4 6 CLIFFS OF MOHER 57.5 kg SEAMIE HEFFERNAN JA. 11 6 xMYMheader">23/08/2017 - YORK
Juddmonte International Stakes (British Champions Series) (Group 1)
Plat-3 ans et Plus-2000m-Course A - Piste Turf
7 Partants
Rg Cheval Poids Jockey Cote Corde
1 ULYSSES 60 kg CROWLEY J. 4 3
2 CHURCHILL 56.5 kg MOORE RL. 5 5
3 BARNEY ROY 56.5 kg DOYLE J. 3 7
4 CLIFFS OF MOHER 56.5 kg SEAMIE HEFFERNAN JA. 7 2
5 DECORATED KNIGHT 60 kg ATZENI A. 16 1
08/07/2017 - SANDOWN
Coral-Eclipse (Group 1) (British Champions Series)
Plat-3 ans et Plus-1800m-Course A - Piste Turf
9 Partants
Rg Cheval Poids Jockey Cote Corde
1 ULYSSES 60.5 kg JIM CROWLEY 10 6
2 BARNEY ROY 56 kg DOYLE J. 4 4
3 DESERT ENCOUNTER 60.5 kg SEAN LEVEY 50 8
4 CLIFFS OF MOHER 56 kg MOORE RL. 3 1
5 EMINENT 56 kg DE SOUSA S. 6 3
6 DECORATED KNIGHT 60.5 kg PESLIER O. 6 2
03/06/2017 - EPSOM
PRIX EPSOM DERBY
Plat - 2400 mètres - Groupe 1 - Corde a Gauche
19 Partants
Rg Cheval Poids Jockey Cote Corde
1 WINGS OF EAGLES 57 kg PADRAIG BEGGY 91 14
2 CLIFFS OF MOHER 57 kg RYAN MOORE 6 13
3 CRACKSMAN 57 kg FRANKIE DETTORI 4 7
4 EMINENT 57 kg JIM CROWLEY 7 4
5 BENBATL 57 kg OISIN MURPHY 30 16

Pádraig

canada goose miehet
goose pictures
Canada Goose Women
canada goose ranska

A knowledge economy or an information society in Africa? Thintegration and the mobile phone revolution

Pádraig Carmody

Information Technology for Development, 2013, vol. 19, issue 1, 24-39

Abstract: Much has been written about the impacts of new information and communication technology in Africa and its transformational socio-economic impacts. The penetration of mobile phones in particular has been particularly marked in recent years. This paper seeks to interrogate the hypothesis of transformation by examining the ways in which Africa is integrated into the global mobile phone value chain, and then the uses to which this technology is put on the continent. There is a fundamental distinction between having a knowledge economy and an information society. While mobiles are having significant, and sometimes welfare-enhancing impacts, their use is embedded in existing relations of social support, and also conflict. Consequently, their impacts are dialectical, facilitating change, but also reinforcing existing power relations. While Africa may be an information society, it is not, as yet, developing a knowledge economy. Mobile phone usage then represents a form of thin, rather than thick, integration ("thintegration") in the global economy, which, because it does not lead to high value-added exports, does not fundamentally alter the continent's dependent position.

Date: 2013
References: Add references at CitEc
Citations View citations in EconPapers (6) Track citations by RSS feed

Downloads: (external link)
http://hdl.handle.net/10.1080/02681102.2012.719859 (text/html)
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Persistent link: https://EconPapers.repec.org/RePEc:taf:titdxx:v:19:y:2013:i:1:p:24-39

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