Developing Rich Insights on Public Internet Firm Entry and Exit Based on Survival Analysis and Data Visualization
More than a decade after the dot-com boom starting in the early 19905 and several years after the stock market downturn in 2000, the Internet sector is gaining traction. However, many Internet ﬁrms are still trying to learn lessons from the dark days between 2000 and 2003 after the burst of the Internet bubble, when an estimated 5000 Internet ﬁrms either shut down their websites or were acquired by other ﬁrms (Webmergers.com 2003). Entrepreneurs came to realize the importance of the bottom line rather than the installed base or market share. Similarly, investors learned to stop blindly going after anything that could be viewed as a dot-com ﬁrm and began to focus on those with a sound business model and proﬁt-generating business strategies.
public internet firm entry exit and rich insights, data visualization analysis, hybrid methods and rich insights
Computer Sciences | E-Commerce
Information Systems and Management
Statistical Methods in e-Commerce Research
W. Jank & G. Shmueli
City or Country
KAUFFMAN, Robert J. and WANG, Bin.
Developing Rich Insights on Public Internet Firm Entry and Exit Based on Survival Analysis and Data Visualization. (2008). Statistical Methods in e-Commerce Research. 173-202. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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