Extended Table of Contents

Prologue: Regional Innovation Clusters and Global Economic Governance

Part I: The Evolution of Innovation Systems and of Information and Production Disruption

Chapter 1: National Innovation Systems

I. Defining Innovation and Innovation Systems

II. Changing National Innovation Systems: The American and Korean Experiences

  • The Vertically Integrated Firm Model: The First Wave of Innovation after 1945
  • The Rise of the Silicon Valley Model: The Second Wave
  • Benchmarking Korea’s Second Wave

III. Trouble in Paradise?

Chapter 2: Information and Production Disruptions: The Digital Platform Cluster System?

I. Larger Economic Forces and Questions

II. The Information and Production Disruptions

  • The Information Disruption
  • The Production Disruption

III. The Dynamics of Digital Platform Clusters

IV. Synergies in Disruption

  • Transformation of the Automotive Industry
  • The Energy Grid

V. Six Takeaways from the IPD

Chapter 3: Two Cases and Policy Implications

I. Monsanto: Disruption of a Traditional Market and Governance Innovations

II. Qualcomm: Large Technology Firms and the Growth of New Clusters

III. Issues for Governance

  • Promoting a Trusted Digital Environment
  • Global Economic Governance Practices: Challenges and a Trade Agenda
  • Providing Market Access while Promoting Good Conduct

IV. Conclusion: A Design Philosophy of Global Economic Governance

Part II: Global Governance in a Technologically Volatile Environment

Chapter 4: Designing International Governance for the IPD: The Negotiating Challenge

I.The Plans for Parts II and III

II. The Negotiating Landscape

  • The Dispersion of Economic Power
  • Turbulence and Market Leadership in the Global ICT Sector
  • Shifting Leadership Roles in the World Economy
  • The Rise of Civil Society
  • The Nature of the Governance Challenge

Chapter 5: Strategy and International Governance Regimes

I. The Strategic Bargaining Problem

  • Governance When the Strategic Problem Is Coordination
  • Governance When Managing a Cooperation Problem

II. A Design Philosophy and the Creation of an International Governance Regime

  • Defining an International Governance Regime
  • Testing the Idea of a More Traditional Regime: The WTO
  • The Role of MSOs in International Governance Regimes
  • A Concluding Synthesis

Part III: Creating a Trusted Digital Environment in an Era of Quasi-Convergence

Chapter 6: Global Policy for the Cloud

I. The Technology of the Cloud and Its Intersection with Digital Markets

  • Understanding the Cloud
  • The Cloud and Digitally Enabled Markets

II. Measuring the Economic Stakes

III. The Policy Importance of the Cloud

IV. The Political Economy Informing the Cloud Debate

V. Government Policies: Attempts at Trade Deals to Set an International Baseline

Chapter 7: Cybersecurity as a Governance Challenge

I. The Common Challenges

II. The Story of SWIFT

III. Consumer Protection and Credit Card Fraud in a Digital Era

Chapter 8: Data Privacy

I. The Logic of Privacy Policy

II. The Search for International Baselines

III. The U.S.–EU Debate Regarding Privacy

IV. MSOs and Privacy

  • Managing Privacy and Security Issues That Intersect in a Global MSO
  • Marketplace Accommodation
  • Innovations in Marketplace Governance

V. Summary Analysis

  • Appendix to Chapter 8: Possible Regime Principles
    • The 1980 and 2013 OECD Principles and 2011 APEC Principles

Part IV: Conclusion

Chapter 9: Creating an International Governance Regime for the Digital Economy

I. Choices to Guide the Creation of a New Governance Regime

  • A Design and Governance Philosophy
  • Where Should Reform of the Governance Process Begin?

II. An Overview of the DEA

III. Trade: Market Access Commitments

IV. Privacy: Soft Rules as an Authoritative Baseline

V. Rules for a Trusted Digital Environment

VI. Overview and Next Steps

Selected Citations