This course focuses on economic issues involving both information and Internet technology. On the information side, the course covers the value of information, issues that arise from information asymmetries, and costs of producing and distributing information. On the technology side, it discusses business implications of the Internet by introducing topics concerning market structure, barriers to entry, and the conduct and performance of firms. It also addresses issues concerning patents and copyrights in the context of electronic commerce. In addition to discussions and lectures, the course relies on case studies, guest speakers, and student projects.