Barriers to Entry Analysis of Broadband Multiple Platforms: Comparing the U.S. and South Korea
Alignment of a Firm's Competitive Strategy and Information Technology Management Sophistication: The Missing Link
Effect of Information Technology Investments on Customer Satisfaction: Theory and Evidence
ADRs, Analysts, and Accuracy: Does Cross Listing in the U.S. Improve a Firm's Information Environment and Increase Market Value?
Accreditation of Colleges in the U.S
Benefits Identification, Assessment, Validation and Realisation for Information Technology Projects
Why the iPad Mini Tablet Will Bridge the Gap In between the Have's and Have Not's
The Role of Social Cognitive Career Theory in Information Technology based Academic Performance
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This book, the result of an international research project, comprises a comprehensive comparison of three key countries: Japan, the United States and Germany. The book adopts an institutional approach.
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