The Information Revolution in Asia

The Information Revolution in Asia

The Information Revolution in Asia

The Information Revolution in Asia

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Rand is conducting a multiyear effort, sponsored by the National Intelligence Council, to explore the future of the information revolution throughout the world. This multidisciplinary effort has a broad range of participants from both inside and outside RAND, with an overarching goal of mapping the likely future of the global information revolution over the next one to two decades.

This effort has included a series of international conferences on specific aspects of the information revolution, involving experts in various relevant areas. The proceedings of these conferences have been documented in the following RAND publications.

Richard O. Hundley, Robert H. Anderson, Tora K. Bikson, James A. Dewar, Jerrold D. Green, Martin C. Libicki, and C. Richard Neu, The Global Course of the Information Revolution, Political, Economic, and Social Consequences: Proceedings of an International Conference, RAND, CF-154-NIC, 2000.

Robert H. Anderson, Philip S. Antón, Steven K. Bankes, Tora K. Bikson, Jonathan A. Caulkins, Peter J. Denning, James A. Dewar, Richard O. Hundley, and C. Richard Neu, The Global Course of the Information Revolution, Technological Trends: Proceedings of an International Conference, RAND, CF-157-NIC, 2000.

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