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1 Introduction: The Internet Has Borders Bruce Kogut I Country Chapters 2 From Pockets of Experimentation to Institutional Change Bruce Kogut 3 The Growth and Development of the Internet in the United States Martin Kenney 4 Sweden's Wireless Wonders: The Diverse Roots and Selective Adaptations of the Swedish Internet Economy Henrik Glimstedt and Udo Zander 5 Technological National Learning in France: From Minitel to Internet Pierre-Jean Benghozi and Christian Licoppe 6 Creativity under Constraint: Technological Imprinting and the Migration of Indian Business to the New Economy Srilata Zaheer and Radhika Rajan 7 The German Internet Economy and the "Silicon Valley Model": Convergence, Divergence, or Something Else? Steven Casper 8 The Internet Economy of Korea Sea-Jin Chang 9 Between Bit Valley and Silicon Valley: Hybrid Forms of Business Governance in the Japanese Internet Economy Mari Sako II Cross-cutting Themes 10 Is There Global Convergence in Regulation and Electronic Markets? Bruce Kogut 11 Suppliers and Intermediaries Susan Helper and John Paul MacDuffie 12 Regulation in Europe Alain Jeunemaztre and Herve Dumez 13 Non-Market Strategies and Regulation in the United States Dennis Yao 14 Conclusions Bruce KogutLibrary of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Internet Economic aspects Cross-cultural studies, Internet Social aspects Cross-cultural studies, Information technology Cross-cultural studies, Electronic commerce Cross-cultural studies