The Information Age/Further Reading

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Arquilla, John and David Ronfeldt. 1999. The emergence of noopolitik: toward an American information strategy.Santa Monica, CA: RAND National Defense Research Institute.

Brown, John Seely & Paul Duguid. 2000. The Social Life of Information. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. What is the digital divide? 2000-2001. Available from Accessed 8 August 2002.

Cairncross, Frances. 1997. The death of distance: how the communications revolution will change our lives. London: Orion.

Castells, Manuel. 2001. The Internet galaxy. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press.

_____________. 1996. The rise of the network society. In The information age: economy, society & culture. Vol. 1. Oxford: Blackwell.

Covell, Andy. 2000. Digital convergence: how the merging of computers, communica'-'tions, and multimedia is transforming our lives. Rhode Island: Aegis.

Coyle, Diane. 1999. The Weightless World: Strategies for Managing the Digital Economy. Cambrdige,MA: MIT Press

Dertouzos, Michael. 1997. What Will Be: How the New World of Information Will Change our Lives. New York: HarperEdge.

Dunnigan, James F. 2002. The next war zone: confronting the global threat of cyberterrorism. New York: Citadel Press.

Ericksen, Gregory K. 2000. Net entrepreneurs only: 10 entrepreneurs tell the stories of their success. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Forrester, Tom & Perry Morrison. 1990. Computer ethics: cautionary tales and ethical dilemmas in computing. Oxford: Blackwell.

Graham, Mark. 2008. Warped Geographies of Development: The Internet and Theories of Economic Development. Geography Compass, 2(3), 771-789.

Head, Simon. 2005. The New Ruthless Economy. Work and Power in the Digital Age. Oxford: Oxford UP.

Lessig, Lawrence. 2001. The future of ideas: the fate of the commons in a connected world. New York: Random House.

Levy, Steven. 2001. Crypto: How the Code Rebels Beat the Government—Saving Privacy in the Digital Age. New York: Viking Press.

Moody, Glyn. 2001. The Rebel Code: Linux and the Open Source Revolution. Lon-don: Allen Lane, The Penguin Press.

Prakash, Aseem & Jeffrey A. Hart, eds. 1999. Globalization and governance. Lon-don: Routledge.

Ohmae, Kenichi. 2000. The invisible continent: four strategic imperatives of the new economy. New York: Harper Business.

Reich, Robert. 2001. The future of success. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Rifkin, Jeremy. 1995. The end of work: the decline of the global labor force and the dawn of the post-market era. New York: JP Putnam.

Shapiro, Carl & Hal Varian. 1999. Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to the Networked Economy. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Spar, Deborah. 2001. Ruling the waves: from the compass to the Internet, a history of business and politics along the technological frontier. NY: Harcourt.

Tapscott, Don, David Ticoll & Alex Lowy. 2000. Digital capital: harnessing the power of business webs. London: Nicolas Brealey Publishing.

Wilhelm, Anthony. 2000. Democracy in the Digital Age: Challenges to Political Life in Cyberspace. New York: Routledge.