Digital Economy provides information about the socioeconomic aspects of the digital economy. This set of 18 essays covers the effects of digital economy on business transactions, technology and culture, as well as on education. It also covers various aspects of global production, trade, and investment and the effects of the Internet. The chapters review best practices from concept to development, through implementation and evaluation. This book is one of the few books that looks at the digital economy from a socio economic angle, offering perspectives from scholars and practitioners of digital economics around the world.
About the Author Dr. Harbhajan S Kehal is a senior lecturer in Economics at the University of Western Sydney, Blacktown Campus, New South Wales, and Australia. Previously, he completed his Ph D at the University of Western Australia, Perth. His research interests center around foreign investment in developing countries, international trade, and economic relationships of Australia with Japan, South Asian Countries and South Africa. He is the Eminent Fellow of the American Biographical association, is a member of a vast number of Economic Societies and is well known in the contemporary economic world for his leadership and active participation in international conferences. Mr. Varinder Pal Singh achieved his degree of Masters in Commerce, specializing in Information Systems from the Faculty of Management, University of Western Sydney, Australia in 2002. Earlier he has passed his B.Sc (Hons.) and M.Sc (Hons.) in Biochemistry from Panjab University Chandigarh, India.