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Linde, Frank / Stock, Wolfgang G.

Information Markets

A Strategic Guideline for the I-Commerce

Series:Knowledge and Information


    79,95 € / $112.00 / £72.50*

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    Publication Date:
    May 2011
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    Aims and Scope

    Information Markets is a compendium of the i-commerce, the commerce with digital information, content as well as software. Information Markets is a comprehensive overview of the state of the art of economic and information science endeavors on the markets of digital information. It provides a strategic guideline for information providers how to analyse their market environment and how to develop possible strategic actions. It is a book for information professionals, both for students of LIS (Library and Information Science), CIS (Computer and Information Science) or Information Management curricula and for practitioners as well as managers in these fields.

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    23.0 x 15.5 cm
    xxi, 617 pages
    151 Fig. 43 Tables
    Type of Publication:
    Information Society; Information Market; Information System

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    Frank Linde, Professor of Economics (Research focus: Information Economics), Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Germany, Institute of Information Science; Wolfgang G. Stock,professor for information science and head of the department of Information Science, Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf.


    Information Markets: A Strategic Guideline for the I-Commerce, a cooperative project by economist Frank Linde and information scientist Wolfgang G. Stock, has been written from an information economics perspective. ... As an all-inclusive reference work this book is of value for a variety of audience including professors, scientists, practitioners, students, researchers, authorities, policymakers, decision maker, information technology (IT) managers, and others.”
    The Information Society, 28 (2012), pp. 348–349

    “... the book treats important aspects of information markets from novel perspectives that are both timely and relevant to LIS. As such, it warrants a place in individual and institutional collections.”
    Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63 (2012), pp. 1477–1479

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