Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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Although waiting to invest into XML/EDI costs the firm more in terms of forgone [sic] profits, it may save money on the cost of implementing the new standard. Thus the firm must weight [sic] the costs and benefits of delaying adoption, as well as take account of the rivals’ strategic behavior. Therefore, although waiting costs the firm more in terms of foregone profits, it may save money on the cost of purchasing the new technology. Thus the firm must weigh the costs and benefits of delaying adoption, as well as take account of its rival's strategic behavior.
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[6.3.1 Determining Diffusion]

According to Rogers (1983:3) “the diffusion of an innovation is a process, in which the innovation spreads through certain channels in the social system (target population) in time. The diffusion (of a new technology) is the evolutionary process [of replacement of an old technology for solving similar problems or accomplishing similar objectives.”]


Rogers, E.M. 1983, Diffusion of Innovations, 3rd ed., Collier Macmillan, London.

1 INTRODUCTION

The diffusion of an innovation is a process, in which the innovation spreads through certain channels in the social system (target population) in time (Rogers 1983, p.5). According to Ayres (1969, p. xii) diffusion (of a new technology) is the evolutionary process of replacement of an old technology by a newer one for solving similar problems or accomplishing similar objectives.


Ayres, Robert U. (1969) Technological Forecasting and Long-Range Forecasting. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York.

Rogers, E. (1983) Diffusion of Innovations. The Free Press, New York.

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This passage feigns being a literal quotation, but it is not. As can be seen, the text is not taken from Rogers 1983 (p. 3 has an entirely different content), but from Jaakkola 1996.

At the beginning of the chapter What Is Diffusion? on page 5 of Rogers 1983, only a similiar statement can be found:

"Diffusion is the process by which an innovation is communicated through certain channels over time among the members of a social system."
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