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CHAPTER 1 - Introduction
1.1. Statement of the Problem
1.2. Objective of the Project
1.3. Limitations of the Project
1.4. Delimitation of the Project
1.6. Significance of the Study
1.7. Organization of the Paper
CHAPTER 2 - Literature Review
2.1. History of Commodity Markets
2.2. The Need for Market Information
2.3. The Ethiopia Commodity Exchange
2.4. Review of Relevant Country Wide Information
2.4.1. Review of Relevant Government Policies
2.4.2. Review of Remote External Environment
2.4.2.1. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
2.4.2.2. The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)
2.4.2.3. The EU’s “Everything but Arms” Initiative (EBA)
2.4.3. International Trends in Computing Technology
2.4.4. Institutional/Legal Analysis
2.4.1. Countrywide Relevant Infrastructure Assessment
2.4.1.1. Telecommunication Infrastructure
2.4.1.2. Electricity Infrastructure
2.5. Experience of the Kenya Agricultural Commodity Exchange
2.5.1. Market Information Points (MIP)
2.5.2. Market Information Centers (MIC)
2.5.3. The Mobile Phone SMS
2.5.4. Interactive Voice Response System
2.5.5. Email Based Market Information System
2.6. Experiences Commodity Exchanges of India, Nigeria, and South Africa
2.6.1. The Multi Commodity Exchange of India
2.6.2. The Abuja Securities and Commodity Exchange
2.6.3. Agricultural Commodity Derivatives Market of South Africa
2.7. Ethiopia Commodity Exchange’s Preliminary Plan
CHAPTER 3 - Problem Analysis
3.1. Observed Problems of Market Information Delivery
3.1.1. Accurate and Specific Market Information Delivery
3.1.2. Information On Demand
3.1.3. Technical Skill and Language
3.1.4. Lack of Skilled ICT Manpower
3.1.5. Lack of Proper infrastructure
3.2. Cause and Effect Analysis
3.3. Market Information Requirements of Ethiopia Commodity Exchange
• Real Time Price Information
3.3.1. Real time Price Information
3.3.2. Closing Price and Volume Information
3.4. Market Information System Types Identified
3.4.1. Alternative 1: Mass Media (Radio/Newspaper) Based System
3.4.2. Alternative 2: Mobile Phone Short Messaging Service (SMS)
3.4.3. Alternative 3: Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Based System
3.4.4. Alternative 4: Email Based System
3.4.5. Alternative 5: Plasma Display Based System
3.4.6. Alternative 6: Market Information Points (MIPs)
3.4.7. Alternative 7: Telephone Based Query System
3.4.8. Alternative 8: Website Based Market Information System
3.4.9. Alternative 9: Word of Mouth Based System
3.4.10. Summary of Evaluation Results
CHAPTER 4 - Proposed System Design
4.1. Proposed Market Information System
4.1.1. Subsystems of the Proposed Market Information System
4.1.1.1. Graphical User Interface Subsystem
4.1.1.2. Voice Interface Subsystem
4.1.1.3. Database Store Subsystem
4.1.2. Software Components of the Proposed Market Information System
4.1.2.1. The Desktop Application
4.1.2.2. The Voice Response Unit
CHAPTER 5 - Conclusions
Appendix I – Interview Schedule
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