The Role of Capital Market Intermediaries in the Dot-Com Crash of 2000
The internet was being thought of as an economy and not a channel in the economy. The events of 2000 signaled the end of the internet bubble and marked the start of a real digital transformation in the economy.
People mainly jumped on the internet bandwagon because of its fashionability. The internet is providing a powerful new business infrastructure, a universal information system for handling the transactions of the economy while bringing about radical new efficiencies to both buyers and sellers of goods and services.
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