Information Technology for Development

(The TQCC of Information Technology for Development is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
The criticality of ICT-trade nexus on economic and inclusive growth89
Digital innovation in SMEs: a systematic review, synthesis and research agenda77
Factors affecting digital technology adoption by small-scale farmers in agriculture value chains (AVCs) in South Africa58
Determinants of FinTech payment services diffusion by SMEs in Sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from Ghana40
Digital inequality beyond the digital divide: conceptualizing adverse digital incorporation in the global South36
Strengthening digital inclusion through e-government: cohesive ICT training programs to intensify digital competency35
Digital identity for development: The quest for justice and a research agenda31
Blockchain for development: a guiding framework30
Exclusion and inclusion in identification: regulation, displacement and data justice28
Role of privacy/safety risk and trust on the development of prosumption and value co-creation under the sharing economy: a moderated mediation model27
Does information and communications technology affect economic growth? Empirical evidence from SAARC countries24
Development of small-and medium-sized enterprises through information technology adoption persistence in Vietnam23
Collecting money through blockchain technologies: first insights on the determinants of the return on Initial Coin Offerings22
Building users’ intention to participate in a sharing economy with institutional and calculative mechanisms: an empirical investigation of DiDi in China22
Impact of AIS success on decision-making effectiveness among SMEs in less developed countries22
Mobile phones, household welfare, and women’s empowerment: evidence from rural off-grid regions of Bangladesh21
Blockchain-enabled government efficiency and impartiality: using blockchain for targeted poverty alleviation in a city in China21
Text mining to explore the influencing factors of sharing economy driven digital platforms to promote social and economic development20
The Latin American and Caribbean digital divide: a geospatial and multivariate analysis19
Identity at the margins: data justice and refugee experiences with digital identity systems in Lebanon, Jordan, and Uganda19
Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D) critique19
A conceptual model for Indian public distribution system using consortium blockchain with on-chain and off-chain trusted data19
Analyzing the sustainability of 28 ‘Blockchain for Good’ projects via affordances and constraints18
Digital citizen empowerment: A systematic literature review of theories and development models18
Impacts of ICT and digital finance on poverty and income inequality: a sub-national study from India17
Distant, opaque and seamful: seeing the state through the workings of Aadhaar in India17
Relationship between consumer participation behaviors and consumer stickiness on mobile short video social platform under the development of ICT: based on value co-creation theory perspective16
Does digitalization contribute to lesser income inequality? Evidence from G20 countries16
Open data for algorithms: mapping poverty in Belize using open satellite derived features and machine learning16
Blockchain technology in the Middle East and North Africa region16
The role of information and communication technology and financial development in shaping a low-carbon environment: a Belt and Road journey toward development16
Sharing economy enabled digital platforms for development14
Food subsidy distribution system through Blockchain technology: a value focused thinking approach for prototype development13
Infrastructure of compassionate repression: making sense of biometrics in Kakuma refugee camp13
Blockchain in the Amazon: creating public value and promoting sustainability13
Digital finance and happiness: evidence from China13
Internet penetration as national innovation capacity: worldwide evidence on the impact of ICTs on innovation development13
Institutional development in an information-driven economy: can ICTs enhance economic growth for low- and lower middle-income countries?13
Conceptualizing digital leadership characteristics for successful digital transformation: the case of Tanzania13
Digital identity, datafication and social justice: understanding Aadhaar use among informal workers in south India13