A new website http://www.technocapitalism.com may be of interest to all historians, social scientists and humanists working on all aspects of social and economic change. This site is now being used by researchers and students at various universities in Europe and North America. It provides an overview of the rise of technocapitalism, its phenomena, and the roles of networks, innovation, new technologies and organizations. There are many links to fields related to the rise of technocapitalism. A list of relevant publications by the author is also provided (and can be obtained free of charge).
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