Sunday, March 09, 2003


Brookings is a U.S. think tank that has been very influential. Its Books Online page links to a large number of recent publications on topics such as: General Economics, Education, Government & Politics, International Affairs, and International Economics.

Some of the books relevant to the topic of this page are linked below. Books may not only be browsed online (in the Brookings format), but may be purchased in paperback (or in some cases hardback) form.

New Perspectives on Economic Growth and Technological Innovation (1999) F. M. Scherer

Deregulation of Network Industries: What's Next? (2000) Sam Peltzman, editor, Clifford Winston, editor

Unseen Wealth: Report of the Brookings Task Force on Intangibles (2001) Margaret M. Blair and Steven M. H. Wallman

The Computer Revolution: An Economic Perspective (1997) Daniel E. Sichel

Going Digital: A Guide to Policy in the Digital Age (1998) Robert E. Litan, William Niskanen

Conflicting Missions?: Teachers Unions and Educational Reform (2000) Tom Loveless, editor

The Logic of Economic Reform in Russia (2001) Jerry F. Hough

Brazil's Second Chance: En Route toward the First World (2001) Lincoln Gordon

Privacy in the Information Age (1997) Fred H. Cate

New Markets, New Opportunities?: Economic and Social Mobility in a Changing World (1999) Nancy Birdsall, editor, Carol Graham, editor

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