Introduction: Managing in The Modular Age: Architectures, Networks and Organizations. (R. Garud, A. Kumaraswamy, R. Langlois).
Part I: Overview.
1. The Architecture of Complexity. (H. A. Simon).
Commentary. (M. Augier and H. A. Simon).
2. Technological and Organizational Designs to Achieve Economies of Substitution. (R. Garud and A. Kumaraswamy).
3. Networks And Innovation In A Modular System: Lessons From The Microcomputer And Stereo Component Industries. (R. N. Langlois and P. L. Robertson).
Part II: Modularity And Architectures.
4. The Role of Product Architecture in the Manufacturing Firm. (K. Ulrich).
5. Managing in an Age of Modularity. (C. Y. Baldwin and K. B. Clark).
6. Towards a General Modular Systems Theory and Its Application to Interfirm Product Modularity. (M. A. Schilling).
Part III: Networks And Standards.
7. The Economics of Networks. (N. Economides).
8. The Art of Standards Wars. (C. Shapiro and H. R. Varian).
Part IV: Field-Level And Organizational Dynamics.
9. Dynamics of Organizational Communities and Technological Bandwagons: An Empirical Investigation of Community Evolution in the Microprocessor Market. (J. Wade).
10. Dominant Designs, Technological Cycles and Organizational Outcomes. (M. L. Tushman and J. P. Murmann).
Commentary. (G. Westerman and M. L. Tushman).
11. Modularity, Flexibility and Knowledge Management in Product and Organizational Design. (R. Sanchez and J. T. Mahoney).
Commentary. (R. Sanchez).