The Economics of Information in the 1990s
Publisher: Mcfarland & Co Inc Pub (March 1995)
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The 31st annual symposium of the graduate alumni and faculty of the Rutgers School of Communication, Information and Library Studies (the 12th to be published by McFarland) addressed the impact of technology on the economics of producing, storing and disseminating information. Presentations included "Information Storage in Academic Libraries" (Malcolm Getz, associate provost for information services and technology, Vanderbilt University); "What Bang for the Buck" (Paul Kantor, professor, Rutgers SCILS); "Changing Technology and Changing Markets" (Janet Bailey, group publisher, Elsevier Science Publishing); "The Government Information Market" (James Packard Love, director, Taxpayers Assets Project); and "Prices, Costs, and Values" (Arthur Curley, director, Boston Public Library, and president, American Library Association).