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Title: "The Information Economy"
Author: Hal R. Varian
Source: Scientific American, September, 1995, pages 200 - 201
Publication Date: September 1995
Free/Fee: Free Access
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Abstract: Advances in computers and data networks inspire visions of a future &quot;information economy&quot; in which everyone will have access to gigabytes of all kinds of information anywhere and anytime. But information has always been a notoriously difficult commodity to deal with, and, in some ways, computers and high-speed networks make the problems of buying, selling, and distributing information goods worse rather than better.
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