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Trends in Mobile Technology and Business in the Asia-Pacific Region
 
 

Trends in Mobile Technology and Business in the Asia-Pacific Region, 1st Edition

 
Trends in Mobile Technology and Business in the Asia-Pacific Region, 1st Edition,Youngjin Yoo,Jae-Nam Lee,Chris Rowley,ISBN9781843342243
 
 
 

Yoo   &   Lee   &   Rowley   

Chandos Publishing

9781843342243

9781780632384

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Key Features

  • In-depth case studies of countries written by specialists, including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand
  • An overview of the emerging trends in both technology and business related to mobile technology in the Asia-Pacific region
  • A comprehensive survey of the mobile business markets in the region

Description

This book introduces trends and developments in the area of mobile technology and business in the Asia Pacific region - an area which has emerged as a hotbed for not only much economic development generally, but also the mobile revolution that is sweeping through the globe. Although mobile technology did not originate in the region, over the last decade mobile and wireless technologies and services have rapidly grown in this area. Some companies from this area are taking the leading roles in many aspects of industry (hardware, software and service) and international standard setting organizations as well. The book presents 12 in-depth case studies written by specialists covering many countries in the region in order to provide an evolutionary perspective on mobile technology and business. The book offers both macro-level public policy implications and firm-level strategy for this emerging technology.

Youngjin Yoo

Dr Youngjin Yoo is Associate Professor and Irwin L. Gross Research Fellow in Management Information Systems department at the Fox School of Business & Management at Temple University, USA.

Affiliations and Expertise

Temple University, USA

Jae-Nam Lee

Dr Jae-Nam Lee is Associate Professor of MIS in the Business School of Korea University, Korea.

Affiliations and Expertise

Korea University, Korea

Chris Rowley

Dr Chris Rowley is the Director of the Centre for Research on Asian Management and Professor of Human Resource Management at City University. He is Editor of the leading journal Asia Pacific Business Review, Series Editor of the Working in Asia and Asian Studies book series and Technical Advisor (Research and Publications) for the HEAD Foundation, Singapore. He has given a range of talks and lectures to universities and companies internationally with research and consultancy experience with unions, business and government; his previous employment includes varied work in both the public and private sectors.

Affiliations and Expertise

City University, UK and HEAD Foundation, Singapore

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Trends in Mobile Technology and Business in the Asia-Pacific Region, 1st Edition

Trends of mobile technology and business in the Asia-Pacific Region: An introduction; Mobile telecommunications and business in Australia: market overview and key emerging trends; The current state and future directions of the mobile technologies and business in China; Mobile business and services in Hong Kong: Its evolution, development and challenges; Japan: The leading mobile market at the crossroad; Mobile business in Korea; Trends in mobile technology and business in Malaysia; Mobile computing applications in New Zealand; Beyond mobile communications - ubiquitous information environments in Singapore; Taiwan as a mobile society: Policy, technology and societal challenges; Trends in mobile technology and business in Thailand; Conclusion.
 
 
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