What is it about?
This is part of the joint work done by Anil M. Pandya and Nikhilesh Dholakia on the so-called 2000 "Dotcom Crash" of Internet-based startup firm valuations.
Why is it important?
The Dotcom Crash of 2000 wiped out between $5 and $7 trillion worth of (paper) capital. The papers by Anil Pandya and Nikhilesh Dholakia, analyzing the dotcom bubble from a variety of innovating perspectives, is crucially important to understand what happened then; and how to prevent such crashes in the future.
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This page is a summary of: Conceptualizing Failed B2C Dotcoms as Innovation Failures, IGI Global, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-932-8.ch008.
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Dotcom Crash: Historical Account
The so-called “dotcom crash” of 2000, when technology and especially e-commerce company stock price valuations plunged in a precipitate fashion, continues to fascinate scholars, practitioners, investors, and market analysts.
New Tech Bubble?
This athlete-entrepreneur sees a very dangerous Tech Bubble in 2015, worse than the Dotcom Bubble of 2000... but many other analysts find 2015 and 2000 situations to be completely different.
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