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Factors Influencing the Diffusion of the Internet in China: 1997-2001
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Lu, P.W. (2000) Internet development in China: an analysis of the CNNIC Survey report. Retrieved (Apr. 2002) from www.virtualchina.com/archive/infotech/analysis Paltrige, S. (1996) How competition helps the Internet. The OECD Observer, August/September (201), 25-27 Press, L. Tracking the global diffusion of the Internet. Communications of the ACM. 130, 11, pp11-17 Rogers, E. R. (1995) Diffusion of innovations. NY: the Free Press. Sandersw, R. (1994) Telecommunications and Economic development. Md: John Hopkins University Press. Statistic Burear of the People’s Republic of China (1999). China Statistical yearbook, China Statistical Publishing House, Beijing. Tabachinick, B.G. & Fidell, L.S. (2001) Using multivariate statistics. MA: Allyn & Bacon Tan, A., Foster, W. & Goodman, S. (1999). China’s state-coordinated Internet Infrastructure. Communication of ACM, 42, 6. 44-52 Welcott, P., Press, L., McHenry W., Goodman, S. Foster, W. (2001). A framework for assessing the global diffusion of the Internet. Journal of the Association for information Systems. V.2. Wright & Chariett (1995) New product diffusion models in Marketing: An assessment of two approaches. Marketing Bulletin, 6, p32-41 Zhu, J. & He, Z. (2001) Diffusion, use and impact of the Internet in Hong Kong: a chain process model. Journal of Computer mediated Communication. 7, 2,

Authors: Lin, Jia.
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Lu, P.W. (2000) Internet development in China: an analysis of the CNNIC Survey
report. Retrieved (Apr. 2002) from
www.virtualchina.com/archive/infotech/analysis

Paltrige, S. (1996) How competition helps the Internet. The OECD Observer,
August/September (201), 25-27

Press, L. Tracking the global diffusion of the Internet. Communications of the
ACM. 130, 11, pp11-17

Rogers, E. R. (1995) Diffusion of innovations. NY: the Free Press.

Sandersw, R. (1994) Telecommunications and Economic development. Md: John
Hopkins University Press.

Statistic Burear of the People’s Republic of China (1999). China Statistical
yearbook, China Statistical Publishing House, Beijing.

Tabachinick, B.G. & Fidell, L.S. (2001) Using multivariate statistics. MA: Allyn &
Bacon

Tan, A., Foster, W. & Goodman, S. (1999). China’s state-coordinated Internet
Infrastructure. Communication of ACM, 42, 6. 44-52

Welcott, P., Press, L., McHenry W., Goodman, S. Foster, W. (2001). A
framework for assessing the global diffusion of the Internet. Journal of the
Association for information Systems. V.2.

Wright & Chariett (1995) New product diffusion models in Marketing: An
assessment of two approaches. Marketing Bulletin, 6, p32-41

Zhu, J. & He, Z. (2001) Diffusion, use and impact of the Internet in Hong Kong: a
chain process model. Journal of Computer mediated Communication. 7, 2,


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