Dot.Com rise as an indicator of business growth and economic progress : a retrospective view on telecom and banking sectors in Australia and India
Unnithan, Chandana 2010, Dot.Com rise as an indicator of business growth and economic progress : a retrospective view on telecom and banking sectors in Australia and India LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, [Berlin, Germany].
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In the year 2000, businesses in banking and telecom sectors worldwide re-engineered their value chain by extending their services by adapting ebusiness through dot.com launches. Subsequently, their validity became questionable with the spate of dot.com crashes and the IT stock meltdown. This book takes a retrospective view, indicating that e-business, as measured by dot.com growth trends, was a positive indicator for business growth in the sector and overall economic growth as it stimulated the respective economies. The book details an inductive analysis that studied if dot.com floats suggested any positive market capitalisation (broadly regarded as a measure of profitability) for the organisations, within two sectors, in two economies. In addition, there is detailed content analysis of global business trends, drivers, theories, sector/economy perspectives, achieved progress and instrumental cases. The book will be a view in retrospect for economists, business analysts, students of ebusiness and management (particularly MBA); academics and researchers.
Field of Research
150305 Human Resources Management
Socio Economic Objective
970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
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