Information Technology and Organizations
Note: Many of the links below are to early, working paper versions of the listed paper, which
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- Bloom, Nicholas, Erik Brynjolfsson, Lucia Foster, Ron S. Jarmin, Megha Patnaik, Itay Saporta-Eksten, and John Van Reenen. "What Drives Differences in Management?" NBER Working Paper No. 23300. (March 2017)
- Brynjolfsson, Erik and Milgrom, Paul, "Complementarity in Organizations" in The Handbook for Organization Economics, eds. Robert Gibbons and John Roberts (Princeton University Press, 2013).
- Nicholas Bloom, Erik Brynjolfsson, Lucia Foster, Ron Jarmin, Itay Saporta-Eksten, and John Van Reenen, "Management in America" (January 2013).
- Brynjolfsson, Erik, Hitt, Lorin and Kim, Heekyung "Strength in Numbers: How Does Data-Driven Decisionmaking Affect Firm Performance " (April, 2011)
- Brynjolfsson, Erik and Schrage, Michael "The New, Faster Face of Innovation: Thanks to Technology, Change Has Never Been So Easy-or So Cheap" Wall Street Journal and Sloan Management Review (August, 2009)
- McAfee, Andrew and Brynjolfsson, Erik "Investing in the IT That Makes a Competitive Difference" Harvard Business Review, (July-August, 2008)
- Brynjolfsson, Erik, Hitt, Lorin M. and Shinkyu Yang (2002) "Intangible
Assets: Computers and Organizational Capital," Brookings
Papers on Economic Activity: Macroeconomics (1): 137-199.
here for the Working Paper version]
F. Bresnahan, Erik Brynjolfsson, and Lorin
M. Hitt (February 2002) "Information Technology, Workplace
Organization, and the Demand for Skilled Labor: Firm-Level Evidence".
Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 117 pp. 339-376. [Click
here for the Working Paper version][Click
here for the abstract]
- Brynjolfsson, Erik, Lorin M. Hitt, and Shinkyu
Yang (December 2000) "Intangible Assets: How the Interaction
of Computers and Organizational Structure Affects Stock Market
Valuations" MIT Working paper.[Acrobat
pdf file 113K]
- Brynjolfsson, Erik, Amy Renshaw and Marshall
V. Alstyne (Winter 1997) The
Matrix of Change: A Tool for Business Process Reengineering,
Sloan Management Review, pp. 37-54. [Click
here for information about free software for use with the "Matrix
- Brynjolfsson, Erik and Hitt, Lorin(1997) Information
Technology and Organizational Design: Evidence from Microdata,
MIT Working Paper. [Acrobat pdf file 145K]
- Bakos, Yannis and
Brynjolfsson, Erik (1997) Organizational
Partnerships and the Virtual Corporation, Chapter 4 in Information
Technology and Industrial Competitiveness: How Information Technology
Shapes Competition, Kluwer Academic Publishers. [Click
here for the abstract]
- Brynjolfsson, Erik (1994) Information Assets, Technology, and Organization,
Management Science, Vol. 40, No. 12. (Note: the working paper version of this paper was called "An Incomplete Contracts Theory of Information, Technology, and Organization".) (A Japanese translation
can be found here.)
- Brynjolfsson, Erik, Thomas
Malone, Vijay Gurbaxani, and Ajit Kambil (1994) Does
Information Technology Lead to Smaller Firms?, Management
Science, Vol. 40, No. 12 pp. 1645-1662.
- Brynjolfsson, Erik and Mendelson,
Haim (December 1993) Information
Systems and the Organization of Modern Enterprise. Journal
of Organizational Computing. Vol. 3, pp. 245-255.
- Bakos, Yannis. and Brynjolfsson, Erik (December 1993) From
Vendors to Partners: Information Technology and Incomplete Contracts
in Buyer-Supplier Relationships. Journal of Organizational
Computing, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 301-328.