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by E.M. Trauth

Author: E.M. Trauth
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2000 edition (September 30, 2000)
Pages: 460 pages
Category: Other
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Economy : Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland. It is one of few book-length interpretive studies in the information systems field.

Culture of an Information Economy : Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland. by Eileen Moore Trauth. In this book Eileen Trauth peers inside the day-to-day work lives of the people who have been bringing about Ireland's transition from a small agricultural country to a healthy information economy.

from book The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland . This book has been a journey through culture and history as it considered the ways in which the Irish context has influenced the emergence of its information economy.

from book The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland (p. 03-350). Lessons from Ireland. Chapter · January 2000 with 4 Reads. DOI: 1. 007/978-94-01836-6 8. Cite this publication. Throughout the journey, impacts were also noted. It considers the fit between Ireland’s information economy and the country’s socio-cultural characteristics.

Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland. Published September 2000 by Springer. The radical changes in Ireland's economy during the last third of the twentieth century have been accompanied by a similar transformation in Ireland's society.

Her book, The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland was published in 2000. Trauth has recently embarked upon a multi-country study of socio-cultural influences on gender in the IT profession

Her book, The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland was published in 2000. Trauth has recently embarked upon a multi-country study of socio-cultural influences on gender in the IT profession.

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Eileen Moore Trauth, The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland, Kluwer . Trauth, E. M. and Pitt, D. C. (1992).

Eileen Moore Trauth, The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, MA, 2000. 70. Competition in the Telecommunications Industry: A New Global Paradigm and Its Limits. Journal of Information Technology, Vol. 7, No. 1: pp. 3-11.

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the qualitative analysis of organisational behaviour, Journal of management studies, vol. 20, n., pp. 333-348 Trauth, E. (2000), The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands. Walsham, . (1993), Interpreting Information Systems in Organisation, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, England. Zuboff, .

In this book Eileen Trauth peers inside the day-to-day work lives of the people who have been bringing about Ireland's transition from a small agricultural country to a healthy information economy. It is one of few book-length interpretive studies in the information systems field. This book links the disciplines of information systems, international management, economic development, history, and public policy to tell the story behind the statistics about Ireland's economic development. The findings from this ten-year study illustrate the range of socio-cultural factors, which influence the emergence of an information sector. Ireland's story contains a message for other nations that this change to a new way of working and living is intimately connected to the cultural context within which it occurs. This book reveals the ethnographic approach that was used by taking the reader through the interpretive process as it occurred. The Appendix is devoted to additional detail about the methodology. Audience: This book should be read by PhD students and others who want to learn more about the actual application of ethnographic methods in information systems research. It should be read by students, researchers, teachers, and policy-makers working in several fields including global information systems, the information society, management in the knowledge economy, and economic development.