Iqbal Z. Quadir teaches at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University focusing on the impact of technologies in the politics and economics of developing countries. His particular research interest is in the democratizing effects of technologies in developing countries. Quadir spent most of the 1990s founding and building GrameenPhone Ltd., which has become Bangladesh’s largest telephone company. He is a fellow at Harvard’s Center for Business and Government.
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