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Applying stakeholder theory to analyze the diffusion of broadband in South Korea : The importance of the government's role

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  • Applying stakeholder theory to analyze the diffusion of broadband in South Korea
  • Choudrie, Jyoti; Papazafeueioulou, Anastasia; Lee, Heejin
  • Association for Information Systems


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Title Applying stakeholder theory to analyze the diffusion of broadband in South Korea
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The importance of the government's role

Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Choudrie, Jyoti; Papazafeueioulou, Anastasia; Lee, Heejin

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[Atlanta]:Association for Information Systems

Date 2003
Pages 15
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding AIS Electronic Library

Abstract

Government has an imperative role in the diffusion of technology. In this paper we outline how this role is fulfilled utilising a theoretical perspective. The stakeholder theory analysis and the framework regarding innovation that has been developed by King et al support the theoretical view. The empirical evidence has been provided by the experiences of research that was conducted by observing, interviews and referring to archival documents upon a visit to country that is well ahead in its time in broadband diffusion and deployment. A total of 10 organisations that included facilities service providers, content providers, research institutions, think tanks and government departments were visited and intense 2 hours of interviews were undertaken. The conclusions to be drawn are initially that stakeholder analysis is particularly beneficial in identifying the levels of communities that will be affected by the deployment of broadband. (The rest omitted)

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