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BRIE authors have written a broad array of books covering topics as diverse as EU enlargement and transformations in the New Economy. These book can be purchased through amazon.com by clicking the links below.

The Politics of Greed: Privatization, Neo-Liberalism, and Plutocratic capitalism in Central and Eastern Europe, by Andrew Schwartz with the assistance of John Zysman and Jordan Gans-Morse, Rowman & Little Field Publishers, October 2006.

How Revolutionary was the Digital Revolution?: National Responses, Market Transitions, and Global Technology , BRIE/ETLA/Helsinki Project, edited by John Zysman and Abraham Newman, Stanford University Press, June 2006.

The Success of Open Source, Steve Weber, Harvard University Press, 2004

Tracking a Transformation: E-Commerce and the Terms of Competition in Industries, E-conomy Project, BRIE-IGCC, Brookings Institution, 2001.

Understanding Silicon Valley: Anatomy of an Entrepreneurial Region, edited by Martin Kenney,  Stanford University Press, 2000.

Corporate Governance and Globalization, edited by Stephen Cohen and Gavin Boyd, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000.

International Production Networks in Asia: Rivalry or Riches?, edited by Michael Borrus, Dieter Ernst and Stephan Haggard, Routledge, 2000.

 Enlarging Europe: The Industrial Foundations of a New Political Reality, edited by John Zysman and Andrew Schwartz, IAS, 1998.

The Tunnel at the End of the Light : Privatization, Business Networks, and Economic Transformation in Russia, edited by Steve Cohen, Andrew Schwartz, and John Zysman, IAS, 1998.

Partners or Competitors? The Prospects for US-European Cooperation on Asian Trade, edited by Richard Steinberg and Bruce Stokes, Rowan & Littlefield Publishers, 1998.

The New Global Economy in the Information Age: Reflections on Our Changing World, edited by Stephen Cohen, The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993.

The Highest Stakes: the Economic Foundations of the Next Security System, edited by Wayne Sandholtz, Michael Borrus, John Zysman, Ken Conca, Jay Stowsky, Steven Vogel and Steve Weber, Oxford University Press, 1992.

Who's Bashing Whom? Trade Conflict in High Technology Industries, Laura D'Andrea Tyson, Institute for International Economics, 1992.

Politics and Productivity: The Real Story of Why Japan Works, edited by Chalmers Johnson, Laura D'Andrea Tyson and John Zysman, Harper Business, 1989.

The Dynamics of Trade and Employment, edited by Laura Tyson, William Dickens and John Zysman, Ballinger Publishing, 1988.

Competing for Control: America's Stake in Microelectronics, Michael Borrus, Ballinger Publishing, 1988.

Manufacturing Matters: The Myth of the Post-Industrial Economy, Stephen Cohen and John Zysman, Basic Books, 1987.

American Industry in International Competition: Government Policies and Corporate Strategies, edited by Laura Tyson and John Zysman, Cornell University Press, 1983.

Government, Markets, and Growth: Financial Systems and the Politics of Industrial Change, John Zysman, Cornell University Press, 1983.