The CREC, formerly CISM, at the University of Texas at Austin has been the leading research institution in generating critical knowledge and understanding in the fields of Information Systems and Management, Electronic Commerce and the Digital Economy.
The Franklin Pierce Law Center IP Mall posts selected Congressional Research Service reports on intellectual property, cyberlaw and electronic commerce topics.
The Congressional Research Service (of the Library of Congress) writes analyses of public policy issues, especially of legislative proposals, for use by Congressmen. CRS does not provide its reports directly to the public.
An award-winning source for interactive and Internet research. Facts, figures, research, and data on every facet of the online industry, domestic and worldwide.
The Internet Traffic Report monitors the flow of data around the world. It then displays a value between zero and 100. Higher values indicate faster and more reliable connections.
This is the official report on electronic statistics published by the U.S. Census. Includes 2006 E-commerce Multi-sector Report (May 16, 2008) which is the official snapshot of e-commerce for key sectors of the economy. In addition, the site features archival, current, and upcoming e-commerce statistics.
The ClickZ Network is the largest resource of interactive marketing news, information, commentary, advice, opinion, research, and reference in the world, online or off-. From search to e-mail, technology to trends, the coverage is expert, exclusive, and in-depth.
eMarketer's research team monitors more than 1,700 sources daily, culling relevant e-business information and Internet statistics from research firms, consultancies and government agencies around the world. To see the available articles, charts and reports for any subject, simply click on the list, or enter your own term in the Search box.
Marketing Sherpa, Inc. is a research firm publishing case studies, benchmark data, and how-to information for marketing, advertising and public relations professionals. In addition to in-depth interviews and surveys, they publish industry-wide data.
The IAB is the only association dedicated to helping online, Interactive broadcasting, email, wireless and Interactive television media companies increase their revenues.
News & Reports
Exclusive survey findings based on studies conducted of their readership—CIOs and IT executives who are responsible for steering and managing their organization's technology.
The Industry Standard is a newsmagazine of the Internet Economy. It delivers sophisticated coverage of the people, the companies and the business models shaping the Internet Economy. Includes insightful news analysis, business model reviews, personality profiles, industry metrics and executive recruiting.
Indiana University, Bloomington
Original compiler(s) and previous maintainers
Previously maintained by:
Chad Boeninger, Ohio State University,
Glenda Neely, University of Louisville
Doug Highsmith, California State University, Hayward
List originally compiled by Deborah Harrington, Texas A&M University