Internet Domains and the Innovativeness of Cities/Regions--Evidence from Germany and Munich

@inproceedings{Sternberg2002InternetDA,
  title={Internet Domains and the Innovativeness of Cities/Regions--Evidence from Germany and Munich},
  author={Rolf Sternberg and Mark Krymalowski},
  year={2002}
}
This paper focuses on the factors determining a region's ability to produce Internet content and tries to identify relationships with the role of the same region in the national and global economy. The number of .de-domains is used to measure Internet content production, which serves as an indicator for the innovativeness of the regions in an emerging part of the service economy. Data used for the spatial distribution of .de-domains (1.2 million names at the end of 1999) is original and has not… CONTINUE READING

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