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The coming internet depression : why the high-tech boom will go bust, why the crash will be worse that you think, and how to prosper afterwards

Author: Michael J Mandel
Publisher: New York : Basic Books, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"The economic rules really have changed, Michael J. Mandel argues - there really is a New Economy. And it's precisely because the rules have changed that the next downturn will be so much worse than expected. The very strengths that drive the New Economy - from the dominance of venture capital to the rapid pace of innovation to the flexibility of the work force - will come back to haunt us." "Mandel begins The  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mandel, Michael J.
Coming internet depression.
New York : Basic Books, ©2000
(OCoLC)680566416
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael J Mandel
ISBN: 0465043585 9780465043583
OCLC Number: 44876971
Description: xi, 167 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: ch. 1. Peril and promise --
ch. 2. What's new about the new economy --
ch. 3. The last depression --
ch. 4. The tech cycle --
ch. 5. The long, slow slide --
ch. 6. The next depression --
ch. 7. Riding out the storm --
ch. 8. Will the Internet depression go global? --
ch. 9. Escape from the Internet depression --
ch. 10. Regaining our faith in the future.
Responsibility: Michael J. Mandel.
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"The economic rules really have changed, Michael J. Mandel argues - there really is a New Economy. And it's precisely because the rules have changed that the next downturn will be so much worse than expected. The very strengths that drive the New Economy - from the dominance of venture capital to the rapid pace of innovation to the flexibility of the work force - will come back to haunt us." "Mandel begins The Coming Internet Depression by showing why an Internet Depression is not only possible but increasingly likely. The Coming Internet Depression explains: why a severe downturn is imminent; how you can tell when it's coming; and what will happen afterward. He also shows how investors, workers and businesses can survive the bad times and prosper in the long recovery that will follow."--Jacket.

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