- Title Pages
- Introduction: The Organization and Finance of Innovation in American History
1Financing Invention during the Second Industrial Revolution: Cleveland, Ohio, 1870–1920
2The Organizing and Financing of Innovative Companies in the Evolution of the U.S. Automobile Industry
3Why Did Finance Capitalism and the Second Industrial Revolution Arise in the 1890s?
4Funding New Industries: A Historical Perspective on the Financing Role of the U.S. Stock Market in the Twentieth Century
5Stock Market Swings and the Value of Innovation, 1908–1929
6Financing Fiber: Corning’s Invasion of the Telecommunications Market
7The Federal Role in Financing Major Innovations: Information Technology during the Postwar Period
8Learning the Hard Way: IBM and the Sources of Innovation in Early Computing
9Trading Knowledge: An Exploration of Patent Protection and Other Determinants of Market Transactions in Technology and R&D
10The Governance of New Firms: A Functional Perspective
11Real Effects of Knowledge Capital on Going Public and Market Valuation
- Financing Innovation in the United States, 1870 to the Present
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