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The Internet transformed the landscape of world economy. E-conomics provides readers a roadmap to this new landscape, a systematic reference guide to economics in the information age and serves as the first textbook available. Scientists in communication economics from the U.S. and Europe have collaborated to provide an in-depth analysis of the Internet revolution, showing how the rules of the game have changed in an economy trading information instead of industrial goods. E-conomics focuses on the European telecommunications industry and features strategies for a successful Network Economy, as well as an emphasis on network infrastructure and the importance of compatible technological standards. Some perspectives given in 1998, when the original version appeared, became reality since. This book is essential reading for economists and business strategists requiring an understanding of the dynamics of electronic commerce. The underlying data was kept up to date.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.05" Width: 7.86" Height: 1" Weight: 2.1 lbs.
Release Date Oct 27, 2000
ISBN 3540649433 ISBN13 9783540649434
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Excellent Introduction Into the Network Economy Feb 21, 2001
This book is a must for everybody who is involved in the Network Economy!
The content is well structured and presented. Some of the statements might be known from Kelly, Negroponte, Shapiro or Varian. In this book you find a lot of data, facts and case studies that proove those statements.
As an introduction the development and value chains in the fields of Telecommunications, IT and Entertainment are explained. The Network Economy is described as the convergence of these three businesses. The principles, rules and strategies of the Network Economy are derived from the described convergence. As a tribute to the sceptics there is even a section that deals with possible hindering causes for the predicted economic revolution.
Not being a theoretical textbook all of this is accompanied with case studies and interviews with Negroponte, Shapiro et al.