Technocapitalism, an emerging form of market capitalism, is rooted in invention and the development of new technologies. In this study of technocapitalism, author Luis Suarez-Villa explores the infrastructure that supports invention as well as the relationship of technocapitalism with science, corporate business, and government. The emergence of the new order is examined in the light of the historic evolution of capitalism.
Luis Suarez-Villa is professor of social ecology at the University of California, Irvine.
Part 1 Preface Chapter 2 1. the Intangible Wealth of Nations Chapter 3 2. The Emergence of Technocapitalism Chapter 4 3. A Century of Invention Chapter 5 4. The Cycles of Invention Chapter 6 5. The Infrastructure of Invention Chapter 7 6. The Technocapitalist Dynamic Chapter 8 7. Conclusions Part 9 Notes Part 10 Index Part 11 About the Author