The digital divide (DD) refers to the gap between individuals, companies, regions and countries in accessing and using the information and communication technology (ICT). DD research is mainly oriented towards detection of differences in the ICT use among individuals. An important part of DD research refers to the differences in ICT adoption and use among corporations. The goal of this paper is to present a review of published papers on DD among corporations. Papers from the journals indexed in SSCI that investigate corporate DD were examined in order to compare the research on corporate DD in terms of: (1) geographical area, time frame of the study, sampled corporations; (2) phenomena used as the indicators/measure of DD, inequality type, ICT adoption cycle, determinants of DD; and (3) data collection approach, data sources, sample size and methodology used for investigation of DD determinants.
Bach, Mirjana; Zoroja, Jovana; and Vukšić, Vesna
"Review of corporate digital divide research: A decadal analysis (2003-2012),"
International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/ijispm/vol1/iss4/4