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Economic importance of electronic networks: assessing the micro-level evidence

By Robin Mansell and Lynne Nikolychuk


A report prepared for the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit, Review of Electronic Networks, Cabinet Office. The report reviews micro-level case studies on the impact of Electronic Networks on the UK Economy

Topics: T Technology (General)
Publisher: Cabinet Office
Year: 2002
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Provided by: LSE Research Online

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