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A Framework for Understanding Mobile Telecommunications Market Innovation: A Case of China

@article{Gao2007AFF,
  title={A Framework for Understanding Mobile Telecommunications Market Innovation: A Case of China},
  author={Ping Gao and Jan Damsgaard},
  journal={Journal of Electronic Commerce Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={184-195}
}
ABSTRACT Most of the present research on the dynamics of mobile telecommunications market focuses on either technology innovation or service adoption. Drawing upon actor-network theory, we set up a framework that incorporates the two perspectives. We further apply this framework to dissect a case of China Telecom. The case study demonstrates that our model enables a systematic description on the mutual influence of infrastructure innovation and innovation adoption that moves beyond unilateral… Expand

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