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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anastasiia Khodzhaeva
Statistical Research and Modelling of the Digital Inequality in Russia and Countries of the World
Economics and Statistics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
With the advent of new information and communication technologies, the problem of digital inequality is becoming more urgent in the modern world, therefore it is necessary to conduct current analyzes to identify current problems, since they can change along with the dynamics of ICT development.

The purpose of this study is to analyze the problem of digital inequality in Russia and the world. Within the framework of the study, using regression analysis, the main groups of factors influencing the inequality in access to information and communication technologies were identified. In addition, the main clusters of countries and regions were determined according to the level of ICT development, a conditional map of access to technologies in different countries was developed and Russia's place in the world rating of accessibility and use of ICT was determined.

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