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The Resource Dynamics of Big Internet Industry Groups and Future Trends : A View from Epigenetic Economics

Dynamics of Big Internet Industry Groups and Future Trends : A View from Epigenetic Economics

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Dynamics of Big Internet Industry Groups and Future Trends : A View from Epigenetic Economics
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Dynamics of Big Internet Industry Groups and Future Trends
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A View from Epigenetic Economics
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Dynamics of Big Internet Industry Groups and Future Trends : A View from Epigenetic Economics
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Abstract -- Introduction -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Summaries of Book Chapters -- References -- Introducing an Epigenetic Approach for the Study of Internet Industry Groups -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Evolutionary Economics and the Research Gap -- 3 Epigenetics Beyond Darwinism: The Complexity of the Genome and (Human) Life, and Importing These Concepts to the Social Sciences -- 4 Routines: Complexity and Adaptation -- 5 Introducing the EED Approach -- 5.1 Analysis of the Environment and Identification of the Genomic Instructions Which Are Transmitted Over Time -- 5.2 Identification of Epigenetic Dynamics -- 5.3 Consequences (in Terms of Innovation) as a Result of Epigenetic Factors -- References -- Epigenetic Economics Dynamics in the Internet Ecosystem -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Internet as a Business Ecosystem -- 2.1 Characterizing the Internet Ecosystem -- 3 Identifying the Genomic Instructions of the GAFAs -- 3.1 Illustrating the Business Ecosystems of the GAFAs -- 4 Epigenetic Dynamics -- 5 Patenting Dynamics -- 6 Merger and Acquisition Dynamics -- 7 Discussing Some of the Consequences as a Result of Epigenetic Factors -- References -- GAFAnomy (Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple): The Big Four and the b-Ecosystem -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Dynamics of Business Ecosystems -- 2.1 GAFA as Ecosystems -- 3 Innovation in GAFA -- 4 Ecosystemic Competition. GAFA Against Each Other -- 5 Ecosystems and Platforms -- 6 Opening up Ecosystems. SamsungApple -- 6.1 Apple Versus Samsung -- 7 Crowd Economies? -- 8 Conclusions -- References -- The Digital Ecosystem: An "Inherit" Disruption for Developers? -- 1 Preface -- 2 What Being a Developer Means -- 3 Developers: Classification and Evolution -- 4 Developer Empowerment -- 5 The Future: The Evolution of Developers
  • 6 Making Big Data Known -- 7 How Can We Study the Evolution of Developers? an Analytics Proposal Based on Quantum Physics -- References -- Future Paths of Evolution in the Digital Ecosystem -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Technological Progress and Expansion of the Digital Ecosystem -- 2.1 Development of New Networks -- 2.2 Emerging Technologies and Future Platforms -- 2.3 End of an Era: An Open Net of Networks? -- 3 The Value Chain and Business Models in the Digital Ecosystem -- 3.1 Market Transformation. The "Information-Connection" Binomial -- 3.2 New Applications and Services -- 3.3 Relationships Between Agents. Interaction and Role Transformation -- 4 Internet Governance -- 4.1 Regulation of the Digital Ecosystem -- 4.2 Network Security and Control -- References -- 4G Technology: The Role of Telecom Carriers -- 1 The Mobile Phone Sector -- 2 The New Technology: 4G -- 3 Regulations: Some Issues -- 4 Regulations in Spain -- 5 Internet Ecosystem and Epigenetic Forces -- 6 The Carriers' Role -- 6.1 Operators and OTT -- 6.2 Carriers Entering the Digital Economy -- 6.3 Carriers and the Entertainment Industry -- 6.4 Operators and Financial Services -- 6.5 Operators and E-Health -- 6.6 Carriers and the Internet of Things -- 6.7 Operators and Cloud Computing -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- Scope and Limitations of the Epigenetic Analogy: An Application to the Digital World -- 1 The Digital World -- 2 The Epigenetic Analogy and Digital Ecosystems -- References
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