The second of two volumes presenting an orderly selection of Teece's (banking, U. of California-Berkeley) papers, the 31 here originally published from 1977 to 1997. They address fundamental issues in strategic management, technology and its transfer, antitrust activities, regulation and deregulation, and technology policy. Specific topics include contributions and impediments of economic analysis to the study of strategic management, the resource cost of transferring technological know-how, implications of innovations and cooperation for competition and antitrust, and implications for US managers and policymakers of Japan growing capabilities in industrial technology. Teece provides an introduction with a biographical sketch. Both volumes have a full list of his publications. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.