George Gilder

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nternet Computing’s editor in chief Charles Petrie caught up with George Gilder at his office in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts on December 9, 1996 to talk about technology trends in the industry. Gilder is well known for his wide-ranging analysis of high technology. In his best-selling work, Microcosm (1989), he explored the quantum roots of the(More)
W E A L T H AND POVERTY* according to the preface is the culmination of a ten-year study of economics that began when the author read Milton Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom.’ Gilder’s study led through the works of economists Schumpeter and Keynes and into the “supply-side” school of economics. The book itself (hereafter, sometimes denoted by WP) sprang(More)
1. Introduction This paper examines the prospects and limits of policies towards the networks and technologies enabling knowledge-based societies. The past decades of restructuring have increased the performance of the information and communication infrastructure and contributed to the proliferation and nearly ubiquitous availability of networks. However,(More)
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