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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011The 2011 Report on R&D in ICT in the European UnionBOGDANOWICZ Marc; DESRUELLE Paul; NEPELSKI DANIEL; DE PRATO GIUDITTA; SABADASH GANNA; SIMON JEAN-PAUL; STANCIK JURAJ; SZEWCZYK WOJCIECH; TURLEA GeominaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Are telecom services the hidden engine of innovation in the ICT ecosystem?SIMON JEAN-PAULArticles in Journals
2011Are telecom services the hidden engine of innovation in the ICT ecosystem?SIMON JEAN-PAULArticles in Journals
2011The Asian Rise in ICT R&D - Looking for Evidence. International ConferenceSIMON JEAN-PAULEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Born Digital / Grown Digital: Assessing the Future Competitiveness of the EU Video Games Software IndustryBOGDANOWICZ Marc; DE PRATO GIUDITTA; NEPELSKI DANIEL; SIMON JEAN-PAULEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Born Digital, Grown Digital - The videogame World is a Hyperactive PhenomenonDE PRATO GIUDITTA; FEIJOO Claudio; SIMON JEAN-PAULArticles in Journals
2013The Digital Shift in the Media and Content Industries: a quick overviewBOGDANOWICZ Marc; SIMON Jean-PaulArticles in books
2010From the "Broadband Ditch" to the Release of the 2010 US National Broadband Plan. A Short History of the Broadband Penetration Debate in the USSIMON JEAN-PAULArticles in Journals
2011The ICT Landscape in BRICS Countries: Brazil, India, ChinaSIMON JEAN-PAULEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Internationalisation of ICT R&DNEPELSKI DANIEL; DE PRATO GIUDITTA; STANCIK JURAJ; SIMON JEAN-PAUL; BOGDANOWICZ MarcEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Updating Business Models: Innovation through Online GamesDE PRATO GIUDITTA; SIMON JEAN-PAULContributions to Conferences
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