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A BRIE* / OSDN Symposium
Rethinking Business in Light of Open Source

Radisson Miyako Hotel, San Francisco
Wednesday, April 18
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Information and registration: http://www.osdn.com/conferences/brie/

*with help from the German Marshall Fund of the United States


ANNOUNCING PUBLICATIONS from the conference on
"The E-Business Transformation: Sector Developments and Policy Implications," Washington DC, September 26 and 27, 2000.

A volume of conference papers and analyses by the BRIE-IGCC E-conomy Project is forthcoming under the title, Tracking a Transformation: E-commerce and the Terms of Competition in Industries (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, June 2001), along with a companion volume of conference papers commissioned by the Brookings Institution and the Internet Policy Institute.

For a preliminary discussion of conference findings, see: Robert Litan and Alice Rivlin, Conference Report by Brookings Institution. http://www.brook.edu/comm/conferencereport/cr4/cr4.htm

 

- - E-conomy Project TM Working Papers - -

WP 18: Beyond Transaction Costs:E-commerce and the Power of the Internet Database. Martin Kenney and James Curry.

WP 17: Note on "Venture Capital". Martin Kenney. 2000

WP 16: Governance and Politics of the Internet Economy--Historical Transformation or Ordinary Politics with a New Vocabulary? John Zysman and Steven Weber. May 2000

WP 15: The Political Economy of Open Source Software. Steven Weber.

WP 14: International Cooperation and the Logic of Networks: Europe and the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM). David Bach.

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