|Forlag||World Scientific Publishing Co|
|Emne||Business & management; Computer science; Information technology industries|
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Om Business and Information Technologies (B
The Business and Information Technologies (BIT) study documents the information technology driven changes that occur in business structures, business practices and sector structures. Conducted by participating countries at appropriate time intervals and encompassing a wide spectrum of industry sectors, the study provides hard information on what is really happening across the economic landscape as a result of changes in information technologies. The global perspective combined with the longitudinal view offers a unique and comparative picture of technology and business practice across the globe.Contents:BIT (Business and Information Technologies):The UCLA Business and Information Technologies (BIT) Survey — Year 2 (U S Karmarkar & V Mangal)The Italy Business and Information Technologies (BIT) Survey (A Mandelli et al.)The India Business and Information Technologies (BIT) Survey (A Ghosh et al.)The Korea Business and Information Technologies (BIT) Survey (H Rhim et al.)ICT as an Agent of Change in Spanish Companies: Current Situation and Future Trends (J Valor-Sabatier et al.)Related Studies:Technology Induced Change in Film/Television Distribution (J Chang et al.)Impacts of New Information and Communication Technology Adoption on Business Practices and Performances: An Exploratory Study (H Rhim et al.)The Impact of New Information Technology on the US Mortgage Industry (S Chaudhary et al.)Business Continuity and Technology in the Retail Sector (U S Karmarkar & V Mangal)Impact of Information and Communication Technology on Indian Business Sector — Review Report (A Ghosh & A K Choudhary)Readership: Graduate students and researchers in innovation/technology/knowledge/information management and organizational behavior.