Information Technology Policy: Competing for the Future
This chapter begins with a discussion of the three major trends affecting the major industrialized nations following the Second World War. It then discusses the success of American manufacturers in IT, and the attempts of European and Japanese governments to construct a national champion to compete against IBM. Factors affecting IT policy are then assessed.
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