GSBPP professor co-edits research anthology on managing in the information economy
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A professor with the Naval Postgraduate School's Graduate School of Business and Public Policy has co-edited the first book on managing the information economy written for the business research community. Prof. Uday Apte, a specialist in service-sector operations management, is also author of three research papers in the new anthology, "Managing in the Information Economy: Current Research Issues", published by Springer Publication in June.
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