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Title: Strategies and Policies to Avoid Digital Divide: The Italian Case in the European Landscape
Authors: Ruggieri, Alessandro
Mosconi, Enrico Maria
Poponi, Stefano
Braccini, Alessio Maria
Keywords: Digital Divide;Public Policies;ICT
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Springer
Source: Ruggieri, A. et al. 2014. Strategies and Policies to Avoid Digital Divide: The Italian Case in the European Landscape. "Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organizations". Information to Smart Society - Environment, Politics and Economics. Berlin, Springer
The digital divide is a phenomenon that affects, with different intensity, several European countries,
including Italy. Public policies, at the European and Italian level, play a relevant role in reducing the
gap among countries with different level of digital development, and need to cope with its multifaceted nature.
Currently both a European strategy for digitalization and an Italian digital agenda have been issued as
policies to tackle the problem. This paper analyses from an exploratory perspective the strategies and policies
issued by the Italian government to address the digital deployment of ICT infrastructures in the public administration,
specifically targeting the education sector, within the background of the European context.
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