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The Generative Mechanisms of Digital Infrastructure Evolution

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Innovation and diffusion of information technology (IT) are increasingly taking place, not in separate organisations, but in ecosystems and digital infrastructures. Examples are easily found in the music industry, e-business solutions, social media and in e-health. How do we explain why some digital infrastructures succeeds, while others fail? Building on a spectacular case from the airline industry, and 41 documented cases, we identify three generative mechanisms for infrastructure success.

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