Shane M. Greenstein

According to our database1, Shane M. Greenstein authored at least 161 papers between 1992 and 2020.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2020
Triggers, Transmissions, and Adjustments.
IEEE Micro, 2020

Uncomfortable Economic Waters.
IEEE Micro, 2020

Pandemics and the Dismal Technology Economy.
IEEE Micro, 2020

Expertise at Our Fingertips.
IEEE Micro, 2020

The Vital Two Percent.
IEEE Micro, 2020

2019
Antitrust in Three Acts.
IEEE Micro, 2019

Earning Stripes in Medical Machine Learning.
IEEE Micro, 2019

The Aftermath of the Dyn DDOS Attack.
IEEE Micro, 2019

Misapplied Metaphors in AI Policy.
IEEE Micro, 2019

Where the Frontier Thrives: Bricks, Mix, and Zip.
IEEE Micro, 2019

Six Infrastructure Trends.
IEEE Micro, 2019

2018
Do Experts or Crowd-Based Models Produce More Bias? Evidence from Encyclopedia Britannica and Wikipedia.
MIS Q., 2018

Organized for Cycles of Change.
IEEE Micro, 2018

Free Software without a Free Lunch or Free Beer.
IEEE Micro, 2018

The Technology Tel.
IEEE Micro, 2018

Adjusting to Autonomous Trucking.
IEEE Micro, 2018

The Paradox of Technological Déjà Vu.
IEEE Micro, 2018

Innovation from the edges.
Commun. ACM, 2018

2017
The Hush-Hush Norm.
IEEE Micro, 2017

Insider Privileges.
IEEE Micro, 2017

Moore's Law and Economic Architectures.
IEEE Micro, 2017

Two Sides to Scale.
IEEE Micro, 2017

The Value of Free in GDP.
IEEE Micro, 2017

Technology Policy and the Trump Administration.
IEEE Micro, 2017

2016
Congestion on the Last Mile.
IEEE Micro, 2016

No Rosetta Stone for Market Vitality.
IEEE Micro, 2016

Ten Open Questions for Techno-Optimists.
IEEE Micro, 2016

Economic Growth from Technical Advance.
IEEE Micro, 2016

What Does a Skunk Works Do?
IEEE Micro, 2016

Open Content, Linus' Law, and Neutral Point of View.
Inf. Syst. Res., 2016

2015
Insiders, Outsiders, and an Existentialist.
IEEE Micro, 2015

Twenty Years of the Commercial Internet, Part 2.
IEEE Micro, 2015

Who Is Gordon Moore, and Why Is There a Law Named for Him?
IEEE Micro, 2015

Twenty Years of the Commercial Internet, Part 1.
IEEE Micro, 2015

Behind the Buzz of Behavioral Data.
IEEE Micro, 2015

Networking standards and russell's revisionism (review of, "Open standards and the digital age: history, ideology, and networks, russel, a.; 2014)[book review].
IEEE Micro, 2015

2014
Enough Variety and Diversity?
IEEE Micro, 2014

Baking the Data Layer [Micro Economics].
IEEE Micro, 2014

The Academic and Business Marriage.
IEEE Micro, 2014

The Irony of Public Funding.
IEEE Micro, 2014

2013
How Much Apache?
IEEE Micro, 2013

Digital Public Goods.
IEEE Micro, 2013

Platform Conflicts.
IEEE Micro, 2013

Differentiated Platforms.
IEEE Micro, 2013

The Online Honesty Box.
IEEE Micro, 2013

2012
The Prevailing View.
IEEE Micro, 2012

Calm Economics.
IEEE Micro, 2012

The Secret Life of Wally Madhavani.
IEEE Micro, 2012

A Big Payoff.
IEEE Micro, 2012

The Range of Linus' Law.
IEEE Micro, 2012

The internet is everywhere, but the payoff is not.
Commun. ACM, 2012

2011
Steve Jobs and the Economics of One Entrepreneur.
IEEE Micro, 2011

The Wi-Fi Journey.
IEEE Micro, 2011

An Honest Policy Wonk.
IEEE Micro, 2011

The Open Internet Order.
IEEE Micro, 2011

The Direction of Broadband Spillovers.
IEEE Micro, 2011

Digital Dark Matter.
IEEE Micro, 2011

Evidence of a modest price decline in US broadband services.
Inf. Econ. Policy, 2011

2010
Building Broadband Ahead of Digital Demand.
IEEE Micro, 2010

Gatekeeping Economics.
IEEE Micro, 2010

Digitization and Value Creation.
IEEE Micro, 2010

Standardization and Coordination.
IEEE Micro, 2010

Bleeding-Edge Mass Market Standards.
IEEE Micro, 2010

The Next Chapter at Google.
IEEE Micro, 2010

Glimmers and Signs of Innovative Health in the Commercial Internet.
J. Telecommun. High Technol. Law, 2010

2009
A Network of Platforms.
IEEE Micro, 2009

Micro Economics: Does Google Have Too Much Money?.
IEEE Micro, 2009

Micro Economics: Soccer Mom Messaging Is the Poetry of Our Age.
IEEE Micro, 2009

The Revolution in Spectrum Allocation.
IEEE Micro, 2009

Building Broadband as Economic Stimulus.
IEEE Micro, 2009

Symptoms of Healthy Innovativeness.
IEEE Micro, 2009

Special section on auctions.
Inf. Econ. Policy, 2009

Economic and business dimensions - The broadband price is not right.
Commun. ACM, 2009

2008
Chicken Little Predictions.
IEEE Micro, 2008

Slouching Toward a Dystopian Internet.
IEEE Micro, 2008

Voting and Economic Asymmetry.
IEEE Micro, 2008

The Long Arc Behind Bill Gates' Wealth, Part 2.
IEEE Micro, 2008

The Long Arc Behind Bill Gates' Wealth.
IEEE Micro, 2008

A transition for IEP.
Inf. Econ. Policy, 2008

2007
Innovation at the Edges.
IEEE Micro, 2007

Dog Days for Broadband.
IEEE Micro, 2007

The 15-Billion-Dollar Broadband Bonus.
IEEE Micro, 2007

Did the Price of the Internet Drop?
IEEE Micro, 2007

Wagging Wikipedia's long tail.
IEEE Micro, 2007

The High Cost of a Cheap Lesson.
IEEE Micro, 2007

Economic experiments in internet access markets.
First Monday, 2007

2006
Four nightmares for net neutrality.
IEEE Micro, 2006

Ubiquitous clicks and complements.
IEEE Micro, 2006

Legislating Entrepreneurship: An Oxymoron?
IEEE Micro, 2006

Room for a Thousand Flowers to Bloom.
IEEE Micro, 2006

Andy's acceleration and Moore's momentum.
IEEE Micro, 2006

Format wars all over again.
IEEE Micro, 2006

Forum on the future of the telecommunications industries.
Inf. Econ. Policy, 2006

2005
Wireless access and electrical markets: Becoming similar?
IEEE Micro, 2005

Outsourcing and climbing a value chain.
IEEE Micro, 2005

Explorers and expanders, both early and late.
IEEE Micro, 2005

The anatomy of foresight traps.
IEEE Micro, 2005

Communications consolidation after an era of no restraints.
IEEE Micro, 2005

Not a mellifluous march to maturity.
IEEE Micro, 2005

How Do Industry Features Influence the Role of Location on Internet Adoption?
J. Assoc. Inf. Syst., 2005

Geographic location and the diffusion of Internet technology.
Electron. Commer. Res. Appl., 2005

2004
The Geographical Diffusion of the Internet in the United States.
Proceedings of the Practical Handbook of Internet Computing., 2004

Canaries, whips, and sails.
IEEE Micro, 2004

Creative Destruction and Deconstruction.
IEEE Micro, 2004

The diamond-wafer paradox: A modern mystery.
IEEE Micro, 2004

Imitation happens.
IEEE Micro, 2004

The paradox of commodities.
IEEE Micro, 2004

Why Inventors are not Famous.
IEEE Micro, 2004

2003
Communications policy and information technology.
Ubiquity, 2003

Jumping on Bandwagons.
IEEE Micro, 2003

Moore Meets Malthus in Multiples.
IEEE Micro, 2003

An Era of Error.
IEEE Micro, 2003

Too Much Internet Backbone?
IEEE Micro, 2003

Where Did the Internet Go?
IEEE Micro, 2003

Adoption of the internet by commercial establishments: urban density, global village and industry composition.
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Electronic Commerce, 2003

2002
Which Industries Use the Internet?
IEEE Micro, 2002

The Price is Not Right.
IEEE Micro, 2002

The Crash in Competitive Telephony.
IEEE Micro, 2002

Markets for Technology.
IEEE Micro, 2002

Competition Policy for Innovative Industries.
IEEE Micro, 2002

The Ride Before the Fall.
IEEE Micro, 2002

2001
E-business Infrastructure.
IEEE Micro, 2001

Explaining Booms, Busts, and Errors.
IEEE Micro, 2001

An earful about Zvi's e-mail.
IEEE Micro, 2001

Shortfalls, Downturns, and Recessions (Micro Economics).
IEEE Micro, 2001

Pricing Internet Access (Micro Economics).
IEEE Micro, 2001

Measure for Measure in the New Economy (Micro Economics).
IEEE Micro, 2001

2000
PCs, the Internet, and You.
IEEE Micro, 2000

Falling Through the Cracks at Microsoft.
IEEE Micro, 2000

Hung up on AT&T.
IEEE Micro, 2000

Living in the Era of Impatience.
IEEE Micro, 2000

A Revolution? How Do You Know?
IEEE Micro, 2000

Aggressive Business Tactics: Are There Limits?
IEEE Micro, 2000

The Commercialization of Information Infrastructure as Technological Mediation: The Internet Access Market.
Inf. Syst. Frontiers, 2000

1999
Building the virtual world.
IEEE Micro, 1999

Forecasting commercial change.
IEEE Micro, 1999

Bill, adopt a mensch strategy.
IEEE Micro, 1999

When technologies converge.
IEEE Micro, 1999

1998
Commercializing the Internet.
IEEE Micro, 1998

Return Of The Jaded.
IEEE Micro, 1998

Uncertainty, prediction, and the unexpected.
IEEE Micro, 1998

Industrial economics and strategy: computing platforms.
IEEE Micro, 1998

Ties that bind: foreseeing foreclosure.
IEEE Micro, 1998

To have and to have not [techno-haves and have-nots].
IEEE Micro, 1998

1997
The software industry through an academic looking glass.
IEEE Micro, 1997

Micro economics: contrasting opinions about convergence.
IEEE Micro, 1997

The biology of technology.
IEEE Micro, 1997

Let play monopoly [computing industry].
IEEE Micro, 1997

It has bugs, but the games are out of this world [DP industry].
IEEE Micro, 1997

How coinvention shapes our market.
IEEE Micro, 1997

1996
Don't call it a highway!
IEEE Micro, 1996

Repetitive stress injuries.
IEEE Micro, 1996

Debunking the productivity paradox.
IEEE Micro, 1996

Upgrading, catching up, and shooting for par [PC market economics].
IEEE Micro, 1996

Upgrading, catching up, and shooting for par [Micro Economics].
IEEE Micro, 1996

A birthday even a curmudgeon could love.
IEEE Micro, 1996

1995
Not a Young and Restless Market.
IEEE Micro, 1995

The market and computer technology.
IEEE Micro, 1995

Lock-in and the costs of switching mainframe computer vendors in the US federal government in the 1970s.
IEEE Ann. Hist. Comput., 1995

1993
Markets, standards, and the information infrastructure.
IEEE Micro, 1993

1992
Invisible Hands and Visible Advisors: An Economic Interpretation of Standardization.
J. Am. Soc. Inf. Sci., 1992


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