Can Social Media Help Business-to-Business Companies to Learn from their Customers?

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By Hannu Kärkkäinen & Jari J. Jussila Organisations have to learn about market needs and technological solutions increasingly quickly if they want to respond to...

A Tale of Two Games: Global Strategies of Multinational Companies in China’s E-commerce Market

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By Xin Wang & Justin Ren Why has there been hardly any successful entry into China’s e-commerce market by western firms? From consumer-to-consumer markets to...

Law and the Technologies of the Twenty-First Century

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By Roger Brownsword & Morag Goodwin The authors of Law and the Technologies of the Twenty-First Century (Cambridge University Press, 2012) examine both the challenges...

Global Tourism and Travel Industry: Performance During the Double-Dip Recession and Recommendations for Transition...

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By Maharaj Vijay Reddy This review article outlines the impressive growth of the global tourism and travel industry during the on-going economic slowdown. It briefly...

Enterprise Risk Management A need to hasten the obliteration of legacy IT systems

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By Anna DeSimone Back in the 1980s, IBM mainframe systems were the heart of a bank’s computer structure. During this period, integrated retail banking systems...

Why Information Providers Need To Be Open To Sharing in Their Business Models

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By Joshua Gans Information content providers, especially publishers of media (including books, news, journals, music and video), have been concerned that “information wants to be...

Digital Social Capital: Building, Maintaining and Leveraging Digital Networks for Innovation and Creativity

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By Anabel Quan-Haase The digital landscape makes it clear that individuals are employing multiple sources of information, are members of diverse, sparsely-knit and specialized interest...

Staying Power: Managing Innovation in an Uncertain World

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By Michael A. Cusumano In December 2005, I was invited by Oxford University to deliver the 2009 Clarendon Lectures in Management Studies and then to...

Google versus the Law

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By Tatiana-Eleni Synodinou Google’s legal adventures in Europe are constantly demonstrating that Google is pushing the boundaries of European information law to their outer limits....

Twitter, the ‘Snoopers Charter’ and Online Privacy

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By Paul Reilly Has the Internet, and micro-blogging site Twitter in particular, killed privacy? Well, not quite. In June 2011, Eric Schmidt used his keynote speech...

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