What is it about?
This paper explores the growing trends of globalization of information technology services. It draws from the years of experience with globalization and the Internet, in the research program at the University of Rhode Island (URI) conduced by Ruby Roy Dholakia and Nikhilesh Dholakia.
Why is it important?
The journal "Decision" of the Indian Institute of Management - Calcutta (IIMC), where this paper was published, supplemented it with some expert and insightful commentaries. Together, these set of readings provide a good view of the electronically-enabled globalization of services.
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This page is a summary of: Borderless Bits: Electronic Globalization and its Social Consequences, SSRN Electronic Journal, January 2009, Elsevier, DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.1331268.
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Google Scholar Page: Ruby Roy Dholakia
Rich portal into 3 decades of research into tech-markets-strategies-cultures-and-consumers, done at the University of Rhode Island (URI), led by Ruby Roy Dholakia, with publications by her and her local and global research collaborators. Also visit the related Google Scholar page of Nikhilesh Dholakia to see works with a greater focus on consumer culture issues in information and communication technology settings.
Decision - IIMC journal - now published by Springer
The journal, where this paper was published, is now a Springer title.
Google Scholar Page: Nikhilesh Dholakia
More work on global IT issues from Nikhilesh Dholakia.
IIMC: Prof. Priya Seetharaman
Related work happening at IIMC.
Victoria Univ (NZ): Prof. Jocelyn Cranefield
Collaborator of Prof. Priya Seetharaman working on the edited collection of articles from the journal "Decision".
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