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Fedgazette , Volume 13 , Issue Nov , Pages 3

Journal Article
Availability of a new community development web site

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Dec

Working Paper
“Free” Internet Content: Web 1.0, Web 2.0, and the Sources of Economic Growth

The Internet has evolved from Web 1.0, with static web pages and limited interactivity, to Web 2.0, with dynamic content that relies on user engagement. This change increased production costs significantly, but the price charged for Internet content has generally remained the same: zero. Because no transaction records the ?purchase? of this content, its value is not reflected in measured growth and productivity. To capture the contribution of the ?free? Internet, we model the provision of ?free? content as a barter transaction between the content users and the content creators, and we value ...
Working Papers , Paper 18-17

Working Paper
On the effect of the Internet on international trade

The Internet stimulates trade. Using a gravity equation of trade among 56 countries, we find no evidence of an effect of the Internet on total trade flows in 1995 and only weak evidence of an effect in 1996. However, we find an increasing and significant impact from 1997 to 1999. Specifically, our results imply that a 10 percent increase in the relative number of web hosts in one country would have led to about 1 percent greater trade in 1998 and 1999. Surprisingly, we find that the effect of the Internet on trade has been stronger for poor countries than for rich countries, and that there is ...
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 693

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Community bank web sites: the current picture

Fedgazette , Volume 11 , Issue Jul , Pages 6-7

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How has the adoption of Internet banking affected performance and risk in banks?

Analysis of banks in Tenth District states that have adopted Internet banking shows an adoption rate that is similar to the rate for the United States. Community banks, especially in rural areas, are lagging behind other banks in introducing Internet banking. ; Banks that have adopted Internet banking have introduced it in markets with demographic and economic characteristics that help to ensure customer acceptance. They have also used the Internet in a way that complements their business strategy. Banks who offer Internet banking rely more on non-core funding, and are developing the Internet ...
Financial Industry Perspectives , Issue Dec , Pages 1-16

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Are we ready for the electronic finance revolution?

Financial Update , Volume 9 , Issue Jul , Pages 1-3

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Business to business on the Internet

Regional Review , Volume 10 , Issue Q2 , Pages 24-31



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