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SECTION I FOUNDATIONS
CHAPTER 1 Introduction
The Macro Picture
Earthquakes Every Year
We've Seen This Movie Before
CHAPTER 2 Demographics
Is There a “Net Generation”?
Millennials at Work
Behavior and Expectations
CHAPTER 3 Behavioral Economics
Challenges to Economic Man
Behavioral Economics in a Networked Age
CHAPTER 4 Information Economics
Pricing Information: Versioning and Bundling
CHAPTER 5 Platforms
CHAPTER 6 Power Laws and Their Implications
A Bit of History
Facts of Life
CHAPTER 7 Security and Risk
Information Space Is Neither Average nor Normal
People Systematically Misestimate Risk
Doing It Right
SECTION II WORK AND ORGANIZATION
CHAPTER 8 A Brief History of Organizational Innovation
1776: Division of Labor
1860–1890: Railroads and the Rise of Administration
1910: Scientific Management and the Further Division of Labor
1930s: Alfred Sloan at General Motors
1937–1981: Transaction Costs
1980s: Economies of Scope and Core Competencies
1995: Linux as “Commons-Based Peer Production”
CHAPTER 9 Firms, Ecosystems, and Collaboratives
Emerging Nonfirm Models
CHAPTER 10 ...
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