Rohan Samarajiva and Sujata Gamage
This paper spotlights the need to develop capacity for ICT policy and regulation within developing countries. It argues that capacity should to be developed among all stakeholders, not solely within government agencies, because that would enable effective participation by many players in the regulatory process. The resulting participatory regulatory process will in turn increase accountability and procedural legitimacy. The paper examines different approaches to developing in-situ expertise, especially just-in-time learning and open-source research.
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