What is it about?
The paper emerged from the ideas about the causes of the dotcom crash first advanced by Anil Pandya, and later jointly developed by him and Nikhilesh Dholakia.
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This page is a summary of: B2C Failures, Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations, January 2005, IGI Global, DOI: 10.4018/jeco.2005040105.
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Bubble Troubles ... before the Tech Dotcom Bubble
PBS Frontline site describes five historical bubbles.
Bubbles - in all shapes, sizes and flavors
Work on bubbles phenomena continues, by Nikhilesh Dholakia and Romeo V. Turcan, at TBRP in Aalborg, Denmark.
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.
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.
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