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Economics of Information Technology

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Ashish Arora is Professor of Economics and Public Policy in the Heinz School. He served as a co-director of the Software Industry Center at Carnegie Mellon University till 2006. He is on the editorial board of six academic journals, and has served on a number of committees for bodies such as the National Academy of Sciences and the Association of Computing Machinery. Research Arora's research focuses on the economics of technology and technical change. His research interests include the study of technology intensive industries such as software, biotechnology and chemicals, the role of patents and licensing in promoting ...
and Social and cultural anthropology. There is also a transdisciplinary course, Environmental systems and societies (SL only), that satisfies Diploma requirements for Groups 3 and 4, and a pilot course for World religions (SL only) that is currently offered at schools participating in the pilot program.
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A Short Introduction to Software Economics - Java Günlüğüm
What follows is a part of my master thesis that I wrote on the conditions of the competition in IT industry in Turkey. Before delving into the details of the topic I wanted to give a short account of software economics. Most of the time people understand the internal economical analysis of a software project when the topic is considered. That’s quite reasonable but there is another aspect of software economics, which is about its macroeconomic conditions in a market and for example how those conditions affect the behavior of a software house that strives to exist in a very unstable market such as the one in Turkey. So ... market research, surveys and trends
Looking at Clouds from All Sides Now (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE
© 2010 Richard N. Katz, Elazar C. Harel, Anne K. Keehn, Michael King. Joanne Kossuth, Darren Wesemann, and Brad Wheeler. The text of this article is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ ). EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 45, no. 3 (May/June 2010): 32-45 Richard N. Katz In the September 24, 2004, information technology supplement to the Chronicle of Higher Education, Ira Fuchs, then vice president of the Mellon Foundation, argued that meeting the long-term software needs of higher education required the creation of a coordinating body ... market research, surveys and trends

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ECONOMICS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Economics of Information Technology
This is an overview of economic phenomena that are important for high-technology industries. Topics covered include personalization of products and prices, versioning, bundling, switching costs, lock-in, economies of scale, network effects, standards, and systems effects. Most of these phenomena are present in conventional industries, but they are particular important for technology-intensive industries. I provide a survey and review of recent literature and examine some implications of these phenomena for corporate strategy and public policy. 1  Introduction 2  Technology and market structure 3  ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Economics of Information Technology - Cambridge University Press
During the 1990s there were three back-to-back events that stimulated investment in information technology: telecommunications deregulation in 1996, the “year 2K” problem in 1998–99, and the “dot com” boom in 1999–2000. The resulting investment boom led to a dramatic run-up of stock prices for information technology companies.    Many IT companies listed their stocks on NASDAQ. Figure 1 depicts the cumulative rate of return on the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 during most of the 1990s. Note how closely the two indices track each other up until January of 1999, at ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Economics of Information Technology
The Economics of Information Technology is a concise and accessible review of some of the important economic factors affecting infor- ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE NEW ECONOMY
    The superior performance of the U.S. economy in the late 1990s has led many commentators to speculate that a "New Economy" has emerged in which heavy investment in information technology (IT) has led to an era of sustained economic growth. Although the recent economic slowdown has dampened some of the enthusiasm for the idea of a New Economy, a fundamental question remains: can the output growth experienced in the late 90's, which was significantly higher than that observed in previous decades, be traced back to IT?      This paper addresses this question by looking at ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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THE ECONOMICS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. Explaining the Productivity Paradox. ABSTRACT. The past forty years have seen dramatic advances In the technology ...
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Google Answers: Consumer Behaviour with Information Technology
-----------------------------------Historical Background---------------------------- The first major impact of information technology, as we think of it today, was the facilitation of commercial transactions electronically, usually using technology like Electronic Data Interchange (EDI, introduced in the late 1970s) to send commercial documents like purchase orders or invoices electronically. Later, with the development of the internet, the effect of information technology on consumer behavior could be seen in the purchase of goods and services over the World Wide Web via secure servers with e-shopping carts and with ...
WikiAnswers - How is the internet changing the economics of ...
The Internet radically reduces the cost of creating, sending, and storing information while making that information more widely available. The Internet reduces search costs, allowing customers to locate products, suppliers, prices, and delivery terms. The Internet enables companies to collect and analyze more detailed and accurate information about their customers, allowing these companies to better target market their products and services. The Internet shrinks information asymmetry and has transformed the richness and reach of information. It can help companies create and capture profits in new ways by adding extra value to ...