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The research goal is to analyze the influence of socioeconomic, governmental, and accessibility factors on ICT usage, expenditure, and infrastructure in 71 developing and developed countries. Overall results indicate primary importance of scientific and technical capacity as measured by...
The article turns to classical economic insights on the division of labor and to institutional reasoning to identify some costs and benefits of open source software (OSS) and proprietary software production. It suggests that, thanks to its licenses, OSS favors market expansion more than...
This article measures the effects from the adoption of information technology (IT) tools on the productivity of workers in the Brazilian manufacturing sector. IT adoption is related to the use of information management systems by firms. The augmented Cobb-Douglas production function supports the...
Information systems are widely acknowledged to be of central importance in contemporary organizations. The transfer of information systems designed for other places that are different from the implementation context has been part of the global-local debate. In this article, it is argued that the...
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