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Software entrepreneurism in Korea

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  • Software entrepreneurism in Korea
  • Barr, Avron; Tessler, Shirley
  • Aldo Ventures


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Title Software entrepreneurism in Korea
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Barr, Avron; Tessler, Shirley

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[Aptos]:Aldo Ventures

Date 1999-12
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Industry and Technology < Entrepreneurship
Holding Aldo Ventures

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Since 1994, the authors have been directing a study of the worldwide software industry at the Stanford Computer Industry Project (SCIP). Initiated with a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, SCIP has sponsored a broad range of research activities at the School of Engineering, the School of Humanities and Sciences, the Graduate School of Business, and the Institute for International Studies. SCIP’s Software Industry Study has systematically identified and analyzed the issues that will shape the commercial use of software, including piracy, patents, antitrust, project management, the Internet, globalization, litigation, software quality, project failures, systems and device failures, the global talent supply, and the education of software professionals. Most recently, the study has focused on the globalization of the software industry, the worldwide shortage of talented software people, and changes in the financing of software R&D.