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Economic Costs and Implications of High-Technology Hardware Theft
by James N Dertouzos
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Results of a 9 month survey of 95 firms on hardware theft.
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This study examines the costs and implications of hardware thefts forU.S. high-technology firms, focusing on manufacturers and distributorsof computers, semiconductors, hard disk drives, and cellulartelephones. The report is likely to be of interest to high-technologymanagers, security professionals, policymakers, and law enforcementofficials.
About the Author
PATRICIA ANNE EBENER (B.A., Social and Behavioral Sciences, 1971, Johns HopkinsUniversity) is a Senior Behavioral Scientist at RAND whose expertise is welfare reform.
James Dertouzos (PhD, Economics, Stanford University) is a Senior Economist at RAND.Research interests include economics of mass media regulation, labor economics, manpower, and welfare reform.
Eric Larson (Ph.D., Policy Analysis, RAND Graduate School) is a policy analyst at RAND with nearly two decades of experience, primarily in national security and foreign affairs.
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