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Concerns about a worsening "digital divide" between rich and poor countries parallel the hope that information and computing technologies (ICTs) could increase economic growth in developing countries. Little research, however, has explored ICT growth beyond noting that it is correlated with standard development indicators, and no empirical research has explored the role of regulation. I use data from a unique new survey of telecommunications regulators and other sources to test the effects ofdoi:10.1086/425376 fatcat:rbo2g4fh3bcdhgdyubq45p2qt4