Assoc. Professor of Economics - University of San Diego
Alan Gin is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of San Diego. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, and his Master's of Arts and Ph.D. degrees, both in Economics, from the University of California at Santa Barbara. His work experience includes stints with the Community Development Department of the County of Fresno and the Public Works Department of the City of Oxnard. ... Read more about Alan Gin
ICT has beneficial effects on economic development, nowadays ICT becomes increasingly strong determinant of growth, including the use of the Internet. If breaking digital persists, the development gap between the North and the South may get bigger.
ICT, new keys to the information society, open broad opportunities in the areas of management, commerce, education and governance. So it seems that they can contribute to the development of disadvantaged regions. ... Read more about Economic impact of the internet
Contactless e-money comes in the form of Paypal, Bitcoin, and related forms of currency. We can see a rise of over double the use of contactless e-money when compared to contactless credit. ... Read more about E-Money Trends
This image is of the World Trade Organization which set up a work programme in 1998 to examine all trade issues thatrelated to global electronic commerce. They set up different councils for issues such as; trade in services, goods, trade and development. ... Read more about World Trade Organization