The New Economy Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The new market refers to an unique period--mid- 1990 that affected economic performance in the United States and led to the tech bubble and subsequent tech failure that contributed considerably to the downturn of year 2001-2002.

This note illustrate the development of the tech bubble, the part of the Y2K problem, and the reasons for the bubble exploding in early 2000. Data are offered to reveal the impact this had on the broader economy as well as on the stock market for technology stocks.

The New Economy case study solution

PUBLICATION DATE: October 07, 2009 PRODUCT #: UV2720-HCB-ENG

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