Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Foundations and Future Prospects of Standards Studies: Multidisciplinary Approach.
2: Developing a Basis for Global Reciprocity: Negotiating between the Many Standards for Project Management.
3: US and EU Regulatory Competition and Authentication Standards in Electronic Commerce.
4: A Step Towards the Adoption of Standards within the UK Ministry of Defence.
5: On Aligning the Properties of Standards with the Needs of Their Direct Users, Network Operators.
6: The Performance of Standard Setting Organizations: Using Patent Data for Evaluation.
7: Patents and Standards in the ICT Sector: Are Submarine Patents a Substantive Problem or a Red Herring?.
8: A Framework to Build Process Theories of Anticipatory Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Standardizing.
9: Integrating Real Option and Dynamic Capability Theories of Firm Boundaries: The Logic of Early Acquisition in the ICT Industry.
10: Standardization Education: Developments and Progress.
11: How Engineers Learn about Standards.
12: IT Service Management Standards: Education Challenges.
13: Factors Influencing the Lifetime of Telecommunication and Information Technology Standards.
14: IPR Policy of the DVB Project: Negative Disclosure, Fr&nd Arbitration Unless Pool Rules OK Part 1.
15: Structural Effects of Platform Certification on a Complementary Product Market: The Case of Mobile Applications.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.