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Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: MIT Press
Dutton, William H., Wyckoff, Andrew W., O'Callaghan, Ramon
The dot.com bubble may have burst, but information technology continues to transform economic & social activity across all sections of society. This volume explores the changes that are taking place & what impact they will have on the way we live & work.Dutton, William H. is the author of 'Transforming Enterprise The Economic and Social Implications of Information Technology', published 2004 under ISBN 9780262042215 and ISBN 0262042215.
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