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What means High Tech ?

Why is it important for survival in the global trade war ?

High Tech non-fiction Books:
Books on Management in the Information Age
Books on National Competitiveness
Books on High Tech Management

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Books on Management in the Information Age
[57] Don Tapscott: Digital Economy; Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence; 1996, harcover (cloth), 344 pages, 25 US-$, 
[65] Kevin Kelly: Out of Control ; The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems and the Economic World; 1995, ## pages, 17.00 US-$, Paperback
[58] Daniel Burstein, David Kline: Road Warriers; Dreams and Nightmares along the Information Highway; paperback, 1995, 466 pages, 14 US-$,
[42] Michael Dertouzos (Ed.): What will be; How the New World of Information Will Change our Lives; Foreword by Bill Gates; Hardcover, 336 pages; US-$25.00 --
[45] Michael Malone, William H. Davidow: The Virtual Corporation: Structuring and Revitalizing the Corporation for the 21st Century; 1993, Paperback; $12.60;
[46] Michael Malone, Thomas M. Siebel: Virtual Selling: Going Beyond the Automated Sales Force to Achieve Total Sales Quality; 1996, Hardcover; $26.00;

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Books on National Competitiveness
[49] S. Garelli et al.: World Competitiveness Yearbook; 1997; 600 pages, paperback, DM 1280,00; US-$ 698.00
[12] Jim Rohwer: Asia Rising; 282 pages, hardcover, 1995, $ 25.00
[59] Michael L. Dertouzos, Richard K. Lester, Robert M. Solow: Made in America; Regaining the Productive Edge; 1989 / 1991, 346 pages, hardcover,
[60] Philip Kotler, Somkid Jatusripitak, Suvit Maesincee: The Marketing of Nations; A Strategic Approach to Building National Wealth; 1997, 451pp., $40
[61] Michael Fairbanks, Stace Lindsay: Plowing The Sea; 1997, 289pp. $29.95,
[62] Robert J. Barrow: Determinants of Econimic Growth; A Cross-Country Empirical Study; 145pp . $22.50 
[26] Hedrick Smith: Rethinking America; A New Game Plan from the American Innovators: Schools, Business, People, Work; 1995, 480 pages, hardcover, 24.95 US-$, 
[30] Edward N. Luttwak: The Endangered American Dream; How to Stop the United States from Becoming a Third-World Country and How to Win the Geo-Economic Struggle for Industrial Supremacy; Touchstone Books 1994, 14.00 US-$, reprint, hardcover 

 
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Books on High Tech Management
[51] Andrew S. Grove: Only the Paranoid Survive; How to Exploit the Crisis Points That Challenge every Company and Career; 1996, 212 pages, hardcover, 27.50 US-$,. 
[19] Geoffrey Moore: Crossing the Chasm; Marketing and Selling High-Tech Products to Mainstream Customers; 1991, paperback, 223 pages, 25.00 US-$ 
[20] Geoffrey Moore: Inside the Tornado; Marketing Strategies from Silicon Valley's Cutting Edge. 1995, 238 pages, hardcover, 25.00 US-$ 
[1] Reiner Hartenstein: Null Bock auf High Tech - Arbeitsplatz-Export: nur weil die Löhne zu hoch sind? - ITpress Verlag, Bruchsal/Chicago 1996, ISBN 3 - 929814-04-4, hardcover, 160 Seiten, Preis: DM 29,80 
[32] Annalee Saxenian: Regional Advantage; Culture and Competition in Silicon Valley and Route 128; 1994, 226 pages, hardcover, 25.00 US-$ 
[33] Douglas H. Harris, Editor: Organizational Linkages; Understanding the Productivity Paradox; 320 pages, US-$54.00  
[15] David Manners, Tsugio Makimoto: Living with the Chip; How the Chip affects your business, your family, your home, your job, and your future; 1995, 282 pages, hardcover, $29.90 - DM 59.90   
[22] Michael S. Malone: The Microprocessor; A Biography; 1995, 334 pages, hardcover, 29.95 US-$,  

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