Information and Technology: Understanding New Strategies for Firms, Networks and Markets.
The papers in this Special Section reflect a spectrum of methods in current research in information systems (IS), competitive strategy, and economics. On the empirical side, they include case-based analysis, organization theory based on small data sets, survey-based structural modeling, and innovative econometrics for social networks. On the theory side, they feature dynamic optimization and game-theoretic modeling. Last, one of the paper offers a blend of both an analytical model and an empirical analysis of a testable model-generated hypothesis.
Computer Sciences | Management Information Systems
Information Systems and Management
Journal of Management Information Systems
Taylor & Francis (Routledge): SSH Titles
Clemons, E.K.; KAUFFMAN, Robert John; and Weber, T..
Information and Technology: Understanding New Strategies for Firms, Networks and Markets.. (2011). Journal of Management Information Systems. 28, (2), 7-10. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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