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  • Dreaming in Codeby Scott Rosenberg

    Crown Publishing Group 2007; US$ 13.95

    Their story takes us through a maze of dead ends and exhilarating breakthroughs as they and their colleagues wrestle not only with the abstraction of code but with the unpredictability of human behavior, especially their own. Along the way, we encounter black holes, turtles, snakes, dragons, axe-sharpening, and yak-shaving?and take a guided tour through... more...

  • Japan's Software Factoriesby Michael A. Cusumano

    Oxford University Press 1991; US$ 169.99

    Analyzes a number of Japanese computer manufacturers and their efforts to compete successfully with US software companies. The text explores the concept of Japanese "software factories", in which large numbers of people are engaged in developing computer software in co-operative ways. more...

  • What the Dormouse Saidby John Markoff

    Penguin Group US 2005; US$ 16.00

    Most histories of the personal computer industry focus on technology or business. John Markoff?s landmark book is about the culture and consciousness behind the first PCs?the culture being counter? and the consciousness expanded, sometimes chemically. It?s a brilliant evocation of Stanford, California, in the 1960s and ?70s, where a group of visionaries... more...

  • The Economics of Open Source Software Developmentby Jürgen Bitzer; Philipp J.H. Schröder

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2006; US$ 110.00

    Provides up-to-the-minute information on the latest Open Source Software (OSS) developments more...

  • Guanxi (The Art of Relationships)by Robert Buderi; Gregory T. Huang

    Simon & Schuster 2007; US$ 19.99

    Half a world away from the calm beauty of Puget Sound, there's a lab where Bill Gates's software dreams come true . . . . So begins Guanxi , the compelling on-the-scenes tale of the allure of China today -- and of a unique partnership between the world's most famous capitalist and the world's largest communist nation that showcases what it takes... more...

  • The Indian Software Industryby Parthasarathi Banerjee

    Palgrave Macmillan 2004; US$ 134.00

    The Indian software industry has rapidly grown over the past decade, most of this growth has been derived from exports to the US market. This book deals with business models, particularly as the way that the software model in India has evolved is unique. It focuses on manpower resources in the software industry and knowledge diffusion through job... more...

  • The Nature of Technologyby W. Brian Arthur

    Free Press 2009; US$ 16.00

    ?More than anything else technology creates our world. It creates our wealth, our economy, our very way of being,? says W. Brian Arthur. Yet despite technology?s irrefutable importance in our daily lives, until now its major questions have gone unanswered. Where do new technologies come from? What constitutes innovation, and how is it achieved? Does... more...

  • New Industries from New Placesby Neil Gregory

    World Bank Publications 2009; US$ 14.99

    Software comes from India, hardware comes from China. Why is that? Why did China and India take such different paths to global dominance in new high-tech industries? Will their paths continue to diverge or converge? How can other countries learn from their successes and failures in reaching global scale in new industries? To answer these questions,... more...

  • Aging and Working in the New Economyby Julie McMullin; Victor W. Marshall

    Edward Elgar Publishing 2010; US$ 40.00

    Includes case studies and analyses that provide insight into the structural features of small and medium-sized firms in the Information Technology sector, and the implications of these features for the careers of people who are employed by them. more...

  • The Economic Impact of ICTby OECD Publishing

    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2004; US$ 109.00

    Information and communications technology (ICT) has become a key driver of economic growth over the past decade. The rapid diffusion of the Internet, of mobile telephony and of broadband networks all demonstrate how pervasive this technology has become. But how precisely does ICT affect economic growth and the efficiency of firms? And how well can... more...