Ebusiness Revolution & the New Economy
Rapid, technological change is having the most profound influence on how companies conduct and organize business.Not to be aware of changes underfoot is a disaster. Despite the particular circumstances and events of thedot.com sector, the economy is not "mature" — but one that is dynamic and growing. F. Gerard Adams defines and explores the new economy and the future of E-Business in this exciting and informative book.
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A New Economy?
Is There Statistical Evidence for a New Economy?
A TechnologicalOrganizational Revolution
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