Issue No. 06 - November-December (1997 vol. 1)
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<p>Computer engineering, economics, and public policy offer different perspectives on the problem of sustaining Internet growth without abandoning the technological innovations that underpin the infrastructure—and culture—of global information. This article offers a framework for addressing this interdisciplinary challenge.</p>
J. P. Bailey and L. W. McKnight, "Internet Economics: When Constituencies Collide in Cyberspace," in IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 1, no. , pp. 30-37, 1997.