Nouvelles technologies de l'information: les défis pour la recherche en economie de l'information

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An important contribution to the debate on the economic impact of information technology, this volume collects papers presented at the Third International Information Research Conference & addresses a range of inter-related topics--the role of information technology in the international division of labor; ways to measure the economics of information; & changes in the political & legal information context. The distinguished panel of contributors from the U.S., U.K., & France include Michel Menou, international consultant in information management, development & education; Jose-Marie Griffith from the University of Tennessee; & Michael Hill, former Director of British Library-Science Reference Information Service. Invaluable for managers & directors in academic, public & government libraries, CHANGING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES will also interest graduate students in the field. (BRITISH LIBRARY RESEARCH SERIES)

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One doesn't need an economics background in order to enjoy these papers originally presented at the third International Information Research Conference, held July 1993 at Rambouillet, France, but it ... Read full review

Contents

Perspective Générale V
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Le Secteur de lInformation dans La République
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Information Technology and Matrix Structures
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Copyright

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