- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Information Technology Policy: Competing for the Future
- 2 The Shifting Interests of the US Government in the Development and Diffusion of Information Technology Since 1943
- 3 The Supply of Information Technology Workers, Higher Education, and Computing Research: A History of Policy and Practice in the United States
- 4 Public Policies, Private Platforms: Antitrust and American Computing
- 5 “Beat IBM,” Entrepreneurial Bureaucracy: A Contradiction in Terms?
- 6 Empire and Technology; Information Technology Policy in Postwar Britain and France
- 7 From National Champions to Little Ventures: The NEB and the Second Wave of Information Technology in Britain, 1975–1985
- 8 The Influence of Dutch and EU Government Policies on Philips' Information Technology Product Strategy
- 9 Politics, Business, and European Information Technology Policy: From the treaty of Rome to Unidata, 1958–1975
- 10 ESPRIT: Europe's Response to US and Japanese Domination in Information Technology
- 11 The Rise and Fall of State Information Technology Planners—or How Norwegian Planning Became Capatins of Industry, 1960-1990
- 12 Facing In, Facing Out: Information Technology Production Policy in India from the 1960s to the 1990s
- 13 Information Technology Policy in the USSR and Ukraine: Achievement and Failures
- 14 Romania's Hardware and Software Industry; Building Information Technology Policy and Capabilities in an Transitional Economy
- Information Technology Policy
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