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- J. D. Aronson and P. Cowhey, “The Information and Communication Revolution and International Relations,” in Robert A. Denemark, The International Studies Compendium Project, (Blackwell Publishing, 2010)
- J. D. Aronson, “International Intellectual Property Rights in a Networked World,” in Helen Milner and Andrew Moravcsik, Power, Interdependence, and Non-State Actors in World Politics (Princeton University Press, 2009), 185-203. [Reforming intellectual property protection for developing countries]
- P. Cowhey, J. D. Aronson, and J. E. Richards, “Shaping the Architecture of the U.S. Information and Communication Technology Architecture: A Political Economic Analysis,” Special Issue of Review of Policy Research, 26:1-2 (January 2009) 105-125. [Political economy of US Telecom Policy change from mid-1950s to 2000]
- P. Cowhey, J. D. Aronson, and J. Richards, “The Peculiar Evolution of 3G Networks: Institutional Logic, Politics, and Property Rights,” in W. J. Drake and E. J. Wilson III, (eds.), Governing Global Electronic Networks: International Perspectives on Power and Policy (MIT Press, 2008), 149-186
- J. D. Aronson, “The Causes and Consequences of the Global Communication Revolution,” in John Baylis and Steve Smith, (eds.) The Globalization of World Politics Third edition (OUP, December 2004), 621-643. [An extensive revision of a chapter written for the second edition.] For a Chinese translation, please click here.