|Title:||The Geography of the Internet Industry: Venture Capital, Dot-coms, and Local Knowledge (Information Age Series)|
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|Category:||Networking and Cloud Computing|
|Publisher:||Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (April 29, 2005)|
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Part of the Information Age Series series. This groundbreaking book analyses the geography of the commercial Internet industry. It presents the first accurate map of Internet domains in the world, by country, by region, by city, and for the United States, by neighborhood. Demonstrates the extraordinary spatial concentration of the Internetindustry.
by. Matthew Zook (Author).
This groundbreaking book analyses the geography of the commercial Internet industry.
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Author: Matthew Zook. Contrary to the predictions of some futurologists, the book demonstrates the extraordinary spatial concentration of the industry and the continued relevance of geography to patterns of economic development in the twenty-first century. Based on in-depth interviews and field work in two key areas – San Francisco Bay Area and New York City – Matthew Zook provides a lucid and ed argument supported by appropriate evidence. Draws on in-depth interviews and field work in San Francisco Bay Area and New York City.
This book demonstrates the spatial concentration of the Internet industry.