The information society in an enlarged Europe

The Information Society in an Enlarged Europe brings together academics and practitioners exploring and documenting the issues and current status within the European information society.

by Arnoud De Meyer, Soumitra Dutta, Amit Jain and Gérard Richter Springer
Last Updated: 23 Jul 2013

Based on the Europe 2005 benchmarking framework, the 28 EU members and candidate countries are ranked according to their level of information society development, and then classified into four categories. Countries are ranked under headings such as; general internet indicators, modern online public services and secure information infrastructure.

Supported by these separate tables for each country and consolidated data tables regarding usage, infrastructure and services, the book offers comprehensive and easy-to-use information, along with six chapters of analysis and review of the EU information society.

The results presented in The Information Society in an Enlarged Europe are of importance to all managers and companies doing business in the IT sector in the European Union.


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