ICT Services Industry for an Innovation Economy

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Part of the Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management book series (ITKM)

Abstract

Information and communication technology contribute to development in two ways (1) as an enabler for the delivery of public and commercial services and a core technological competency for transforming all sectors of the economy and (2) as an industry, a new source of growth and keystone sector of the knowledge economy, in its own right. Chapters 4 and 5 have addressed of the potential of applying this technological competency to transform business and promote innovation. This chapter focuses on the second contribution.

Keywords

Venture Capital Industrial Policy Software Service Software Piracy Venture Capital Fund 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of MarylandBethesdaUSA

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