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The digital economy : business organization, production processes and regional developments / Edward J. Malecki and Bruno Moriset.

By: Malecki, Edward J, 1949-.
Contributor(s): Moriset, Bruno, 1960-.
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2008Description: xv, 274 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780415396967; 0415396964.Subject(s): Information technology -- Economic aspects | High technology industries -- Management | Business enterprises -- Technological innovations -- Case studies | Electronic commerce | Telecommunication -- Technological innovationsDDC classification: 303.4833
Contents:
Introduction : the digital economy and the splintering of economic space -- Information technologies and the "new economy" debate -- Where local meets global : the rise of the digital network -- Digital production and business organizations -- The multiscale geographies of electronic commerce and electronic finance -- Splintering the economic space : the offshoring of corporate services -- Telework/telecommuting : time and space flexibilities in work and business organization -- The paradox of a "double-edged geography" : local ecosystems of the digital economy -- Peripheral regions and the "digital divide" -- Epilogue: the distortion of economic space in a "postmodern" era.
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HC79.I55 It's alive : HC79.I55 E93 Blown to bits : HC79.I55 .L48 Groundswell : HC79.I55 M355 The digital economy : HC79.I55 M49 2003 Живая организация : HC79.I55 S53 Information rules : HC79.P55 B57 Plan B? :

Includes bibliographical references (p. [225]-258) and index.

Introduction : the digital economy and the splintering of economic space -- Information technologies and the "new economy" debate -- Where local meets global : the rise of the digital network -- Digital production and business organizations -- The multiscale geographies of electronic commerce and electronic finance -- Splintering the economic space : the offshoring of corporate services -- Telework/telecommuting : time and space flexibilities in work and business organization -- The paradox of a "double-edged geography" : local ecosystems of the digital economy -- Peripheral regions and the "digital divide" -- Epilogue: the distortion of economic space in a "postmodern" era.

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