Sustainable Prosperity in the New Economy discusses how the United States refashion its high-tech business model to generate stable and equitable economic growth and serve as an example for how other advanced economies can achieve sustainable prosperity. It provides a historical analysis of the rise of the New Economy business model—from its beginnings in Silicon Valley in the 1960s to the Internet boom of the late 1990s. This is a book that anyone interested in the U.S. high-tech labor force and the globalization of the ICT industry will find indispensable.
"Sustainable Prosperity is a significant achievement, a synthesis of over two decades of research and collaboration in the United States, Asia, and Europe. This timely book should be read by a range of professionals including historians of business and technology, economists, and, one hopes, financial regulators and decision-makers in Washington, New York, and Silicon Valley."
— Enterprise and Society