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Adams, Russel B. 1977. The Boston Money Tree (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company).

Anderson, William S. 1991. Corporate Crisis: NCR and the Computer Revolution (Ohio: Landfall Press).

Angel, David P. 1994. Restructuring for Innovation: The Remaking of the U.S. Semiconductor Industry (New York: The Guilford Press).

Arthur, W. Brian. 1994. Increasing Returns and Path Dependence in the Economy (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press).

Baetjer, Howard, Jr. 1998. Software As Capital: An Economic Perspective on Software Engineering (Los Alamitos: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Computer Society).

Band, Jonathan and Masanobu Katoh. 1995. Interfaces on Trial: Intellectual Property and Interoperability in the Global Software Industry (Boulder: Westview Press).

Bashe, Charles J., Lyle R. Johnson, John H. Palmer, and Emerson W. Pugh. 1986. IBM’s Early Computers (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Boyle, James. 1996. Shaman, Software, and Spleens (Cambridge: Harvard University Press).

Braun, Ernest and Stuart Macdonald. 1982. Revolution in Miniature, 2nd Edition (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Bronson, Po. 1997. The First 20 Million is Always the Hardest (New York: Random House).

Bronson, Po. 1999. The Nudist on the Late Shift (New York: Random House).

Brown, John Seely. 1988. Seeing Differently (Boston: HBS Press).

Butcher, Lee 1989. Accidental Millionaire (New York: Paragon House).

Bygrave, William D. and Jeffry A. Timmons. 1992. Venture Capital at the Crossroads (Boston: Harvard Business School Press).

Bylinsky, Gene. 1976. The Innovation Millionaires: How They Succeed (New York: Charles Scriber’s Sons).

Cairncross, Frances. 1997. The Death of Distance (Boston: Harvard Business School Press).

Callan, Bénédicte. 1998. Pirates on the High Seas (New York: Council on Foreign Relations Press).

Caminer, David. et. al. 1998. LEO: The Incredible Story of the Worlds First Business Computer (New York: McGraw Hill).

Campbell-Kelly, Martin and William Aspray. 1996. Computer (New York: BasicBooks).

Carlton, Jim. 1997. Apple (New York: Times Business).

Carroll, Paul. 1994. Big Blues: The Unmaking of IBM (New York: Crown Trade Paperbacks).

Castells, Manuel and Peter Hall. 1994. Technopoles of the World (London: Routledge).

Center for History of Electrical Engineering. 1993. Rad Lab (Piscataway: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

Ceruzzi, Paul E. 1999. The History of Modern Computing (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Charles River Associates (Wilson, Robert W., Peter K. Ashton, and Thomas P. Egan). 1980. Innovation, Competition, and Government Policy in the Semiconductor Industry (Lexington: Lexington Books).

Chposky, James and Ted Leonis. 1988. Blue Magic: The People, Power and Politics Behind the IBM Personal Computer (New York: Facts On File Publications).

Christensen, Clayton M. 1997. The Innovator’s Dilemma (Boston: Harvard Business School Press).

Clapes, Anthony Lawrence. 1993. Softwars: The Legal Battles for Control of the Global Software Industry (Westport: Quorum Books).

Cortada, James W. 1993. Before the Computer (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Cox, Brad. 1996. Superdistribution (Reading: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company).

Crevier, Daniel. 1993. AI: The Tumultuous History of the Search for Artificial Intelligence (New York: BasicBooks).

Cringely, Robert X. 1996. Accidental Empires (New York: HarperBusiness).

Cusumano, Michael A. 1995. Microsoft Secrets (New York: The Free Press).

Cusumano, Michael A. and Davis B. Yoffie. 1998. Competing on Internet Time (New York: The Free Press).

D’Aveni, Richard A. 1994. Hypercompetition (New York: The Free Press).

Davenport, Thomas H. 1997. Information Ecology (New York: Oxford University Press).

Davidow, William H. and Michael S. Malone. 1992. The Virtual Corporation (New York: Edward Burlingame Books/HarperBusiness).

Davidow, William H. 1986. Marketing High Technology (New York: The Free Press).

Dell, Michael. 1999. Direct from Dell (New York: HarperBusiness).

U.S. Department of Commerce. ??? The Emerging Digital Economy (Washington D.C.: ??)/

Diebold, John. 1983. Automation (New York: Amacom Book Division).

Dillon, Pat. 1996. The Last Best Thing (New York: Simon & Schuster).

Dodds, Gordon B. and Craig E. Wollner. 1990. The Silicon Forest (Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press).

Doerflinger, Thomas M. and Jack. L. Rivkin. ???? Risk and Reward (New York: Random House).

Dosi, Giovanni. 1984. Technical Change and Industrial Transformation (New York: St. Martin’s Press).

Downes, Larry and Chunka Mui. 1998. Unleashing the Killer App (Boston: Harvard Business School Press).

Evans, Christopher. 1979. The Micro Millennium (New York: Washington Square Press).

Fine, Charles H. 1998. Clockspeed (Reading: Perseus Books).

Fishman, Katherine Davis. 1981. The Computer Establishment (New York: Harper & Row, Publishers).

Freiberger, Paul and Michael Swaine. 1984. Fire in the Valley (Berkeley: Osborned/McGraw-Hill).

Garson, Barbara. 1988. The Electronic Sweatshop (New York: Simon & Schuster).

Gilder, George. 1989. Microcosm (New York: Touchstone).

Glass, Robert L. 1983. Computing Catastrophes (Seattle: Computing Trends).

Goldberg, Adele. 1988. A History of Personal Workstations (New York: ACM Press).

Goldstein, Andrew and William Astray. 1997. Facets: New Perspectives on the History of Semiconductors (New Brunswick: IEEE Center for the History of Electrical Engineering).

Goldstine, Herman H. 1972. The Computer (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Hafner, Katie and Mathew Lyon. 1996. Where Wizards Stay up Late (New York: Simon and Schuster).

Hafner, Katie and John Markoff. 1991. Cyberpunks (New York: Simon and Schuster).

Hagel III, John and Arthur G. Armstrong. 1997. Net Gain (Boston: Harvard Business School Press).

Hanson, Dirk. 1982. The New Alchemists (Boston: Little, Brown and Company).

Hart, David M. 1988. Forged Consensus (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Hayes, Dennis. 1990. Behind the Silicon Curtain (Montreal: Black Rose Books).

Herman, Leonard. 1997. Phoenix: The Fall and Rise of Video Games (Union, NJ: Rolenta Press).

Hiltzik, Michael. 1999. Dealers of Lightning (New York: Harper Business).

Howell, Thomas R. et al. 1988. The Microelectronics Race (Boulder: Westview Press)

Ichbiah, Daniel with Susan L. Knepper. 1993. The Making of Microsoft (Rocklin,CA: Prima Publishing).

Jacobson, Gary and John Hillkirk. 1986. Xerox: American Samurai (New York: Collier Books).

Jackson, Tim. 1997. Inside Intel (New York: Penguin Books).

Jasanoff, Sheila et al. 1995. Handbook of Science and Technology Studies (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications).

Jelinek, Mariann and Claudia Bird Schoonhoven. 1990. Innovation Marathon (Oxford: Basil Blackwell Ltd.).

Kaplan, David A. 1999. The Silicon Boys and their Valley of Dreams (New York: William Morrow and Company).

Kaplan, Jerry. 1994. Startup (New York: Houghton Mifflin Company).

Katsh, M. Eathan.1995. Law in a Digital World (New York: Oxford University Press).

Kearns, David T. and David A. Nadler. 1992. Prophets in the Dark (New York: Harper Business).

Kenney, Charles C. 1992. Riding the Runaway Horse (Boston: Little, Brown and Company).

Kidder, Tracy. 1981. The Soul of a New Machine (New York: Avon Books).

Kleingartner, Archie and Carolyn S. Anderson. 1987. Human Resource Management in High Technology Firms (???: Lexington Books).

Kraft, Philip. 1977. Programmers and Managers (New York: Springer-Verlag).

Kunze, Robert J. 1990. Nothing Ventured (New York: Harper Business).

Kurtzig, Sandra L. with Tom Parker. 1991. CEO: Building a $400 Million from the Ground Up (Boston: Harvard Business School Press).

Lampe, David (edited). 1988. The Massachusetts Miracle (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Langlois, Richard N. and Paul L. Robertson. 1995. Firms, Markets and Economic Change (New York: Routledge).

Leslie, Stuart W. 1993. The Cold War and American Science (New York: Columbia University Press).

Littman, Johnathan. 1987. Once Upon a Time in Computerland (New York: Simon and Schuster/Touchstone).

Lozano, Beverly. 1989. The Invisible Work Force (New York: The Free Press).

Lundstrom, David E. 1987. A Few Good Men from Univac (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Mahon, Thomas. 1985. Charged Bodies (New York: Nal Books).

Malerba, Franco. 1985. The Semiconductor Business (London: Frances Pinter Publishers).

Malone, Michael S. 1985. The Big Score (Garden City: Doubleday and Company, Inc.).

Malone, Michael S. 1991. Going Public (New York: Edward Burlingame Books).

Malone, Michael S. 1999. Infinite Loop (New York: Doubleday).

Malone, Michael S. 1995. The Microprocessor: A Biography (New York: Springer-Verlag).

Manes, Stephen and Paul Andrews. 1993. Gates (New York: Simon and Schuster).

McCartney, Scott. 1999. ENIAC: The Triumphs and Tradgedies of the Worlds First Computer (New York: Walker and Company).

McKelvey, Maureen. 1996. Evolutionary Innovations: The Business of Biotechnology (New York: Oxford University Press).

McKenna, Regis. 1986. The Regis Touch (Reading, Massachusetts: Addison Wesley Publishing Company).

Miller, Roger and Marcel Cote. 1987. Growing the Next Silicon Valley (Toronto: Lexington Books).

Mills, D. Quinn and G. Bruce Friesen. 1996. Broken Promises (Boston: Harvard Business School Press).

Mims III, Forest M. 1986. Siliconnections (New York: McGraw Hill Book Company).

Mitchell, William J. 1995. City of Bits (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Moody, Fred. 1995. I Sing the Body Electronic (Middlesex: Viking).

Molander, Roger C. et al. 1996. Strategic Information Warfare: A New Face of War (Santa Monica: Rand).

Moreau, R 1986. The Computer Comes of Age (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Moritz, Michael. 1984. The Little Kingdom: The Private Story of Apple Computer (New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc.).

Morris, P.R. 1990. Semiconductor Industry: A History of the World (London: Peter Peregrinus Ltd.).

Moschella, David C. 1997. Waves of Power: Dynamic of Global Technology Leadership 1964-2010 (New York: Amacom).

Moschovitits, Christos J.P. et al. 1999. History of the Internet: A Chronology, 1843 to Present (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO).

Mowery, Davis C. 1996. The International Computer Software Industry (New York: Oxford University Press).

Murray, Charles J. 1997. The Supermen (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.).

National Research Council. 1999. Funding a Revolution (Washington, D.C: National Academy Press).

Orsengio, Luigi. 1989. The Emergence of Biotechnology: Institutions and Markets in Industrial Innovation (New York: St. Martin’s Press).

Osborne, Adam. 1979. Running Wild (Berkeley: McGraw-Hill).

Osborne, Adam and John Dvorak. 1984. Hypergrowth: The Rise and Fall of Osborne Computer Corportion (Berkeley: Idthekkethan Publishing Company).

Packard, David. 1995. The HP Way (New York: Harper Business).

Passer, Harold C. 1953. Electrical Manufacturers 1875-1900 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press).

Pearson, Jamie Parker. 1992. Digital at Work (USA: Digital Press).

Pugh, Emerson W. 1995. Building IBM (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Pugh, Emerson W. 1984. Memories that Shaped an Industry (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Rabinow, Paul. 1996. Making PCR (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press).

Reid, Robert H. 1997. Architects of the Web: 1,000 Days that Built the Future of Business (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.).

Reid, T.R. 1984. The Chip (New York: Simon and Schuster).

Rifkin, Glenn and George Harrar. 1988. The Ultimate Entrepreneur (Chicago: Contemporary Books).

Riordan, Michael and Lillian Hoddeson. 1997. Crystal Fire (New York: W.W. Norton and Company).

Roberts, Edward B. 1991. Entrepreneurs in High Technology (Cambridge: Oxford University Press).

Rodengen, Jeffrey L. 1998. The Spirit of AMD (Fort Lauterdale: Write Stuff Enterprises, Inc.).

Rogers, Everett M. and Judith K. Larsen. 1984. Silicon Valley Fever (New York: Basic Books).

Rose, Frank. 1989. West of Eden: The End of Innocence at Apple Computer (New York: Viking).

Rosegrant, Susan and David R. Lampe. 1992. Route 128: Lessons from Boston’s High-Tech Community (???: Basic Books).

Rosenbloom, Richard S. 1986. Research on: Technical Innovation, Management and Policy: Volume 3 (Greenwhich: Jai Press Inc.).

Salzman, Harold and Stephen R. Rosenthal. 1994. Software by Design (New York: Oxford University Press).

Scott, Otto J. 1974. The Creative Ordeal: The Story of Raytheon (New York: Atheneum).

Sculley, John. 1987. Odyssey: Pepsi to Apple…A Journey of Adventure, Ideas, and the Future (New York: Harper and Row, Publishers).

Schiller, Dan. 1999. Digital Capitalism (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Seybold, Patricia B. with Ronni T. Marshak. 1998. customers.com (New York: Times Business).

Siegel, Lenny and John Markoff. 1985. The High Cost of High Tech (New York: Harper and Row, Publishers).

Sklair, Leslie. 1989. Assembling for Development: The Maquila Industry in Mexico and the United States (Boston: Unwin Hyman).

Smith, Douglas A. and Robert C. Alexander. 1988. Fumbling the Future: How Xerox Invented, then Ignored, the First Personal Computer (New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc.).

Southwick, Karen. 1999. High Noon: The Inside Story of Scott McNealy and the Rise of Sun Microsystems (New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.).

Steffens, John. 1994. Newgames: Strategic Competition in the PC Revolution (Oxford: Pergamon Press).

Stewart, Thomas A. 1997. Intellectual Capital (New York: Doubleday/Currency).

Stoll, Clifford. 1995. Silicon Snake Oil (New York: Anchor Books).

Stross, Randall E. 1996. The Microsoft Way (New York: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.).

Swisher, Kara. 1998. aol.com: How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads, and Made Millions in the War for the Web (New York: Times Books).

Teitelman, Robert. 1989. Gene Dreams (New York: Basic Books).

Teitelman, Robert. 1994. Profits of Science (New York: Basic Books).

Tilton, John E. 1971. International Diffusion of Technology: The Case of Semiconductors Washington D.C.: The Brookings Institution).

Tomczyk, Michael S. ???. The Home Computer Wars: An Insider’s Account of Commodore and Jack Tramiel (Greensboro: Compute Publications, Inc.).

Touma, Walid Rachid. 1993. The Dynamics of the Computer Industry: Modeling the Supply of Workstations and Their Components (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers).

U.S. Congress, Office Technology Assessment. 1995. Flat Panel Displays in Perspective (Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office).

Veit, Stan. 1993. Stan Veit’s History of the Personal Computer (Asheville, NC: WorldComm).

Wallace, James and Jim Erickson. 1992. Hard Drive: Bill Gates and the Making of the Microsoft Empire (New York: Harper Business).

Warshofsky, Fred. 1989. The Chip War (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons).

Wilson, John W. 1985. The New Venturers (Reading, Massachusetts: Addison Wesley Publishing Company).

Wilson, Mike. 1997. The Difference Between God and Larry Ellison* God Doesn’t Think He’s Larry Ellison (New York: William Morrow & Company).

Winslow, Ward. 1995. The Making of Silicon Valley: A One Hundred Year Renaissance (Palo Alto: The Santa Clara Valley Historical Association).

Winston, Patrick H. and Karen A. Predergast. 1984. The AI Business: The Commercial Uses of Artificial Intelligence (Cambridge: The MIT Press).

Yoffie, David B. 1997. Competing in an Age of Digital Convergence (Boston: Harvard Business School Press).

Yoffie, David B. 1994. Strategic Management in Information Technology (Englewood Cliffs, HJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.).

Young, Jeffrey S. 1988. Steve Jobs: The Journey is the Reward (London: Scott, Foresman, and Company).

Yourdon, Edward. 1993. Decline & Fall of the American Programmer (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Yourdon Press).

Yourdon, Edward. 1996. Rise & Resurrection of the American Programmer (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Yourdon Press).

Zachary, G. Pascal. 1994. Showstopper! (New York: The Free Press).

Zell, Deone. 1997. Changing by Design (Ithaca: ILR Press/an imprint of Cornell University Press).