Industry corner: Smart cards for an information hungry world

Hester, Edward D.; Joseph, W. Benoy
January 1998
Business Economics;Jan1998, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p54
Academic Journal
Focuses on smart card, a card that allows very detailed storage of personal identification and account status. Principal barrier to larger scale commercialization of smart card technology in the United States; How smart cards are used; Impact of technology on the development of the smart card; Global sourcing in smart card; Structure of the smart card industry.


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