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Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

I am deeply indebted to several people for assistance on this book. Most importantly, I owe much to the small team that helped me do the research and design of the book: Kirstin Hornby, Dr. Dirk Seifert, and Mark Cicerelli.

Many of my colleagues on the faculty of the Harvard Business School were very generous in their responses to my inquiries about the bubble and its consequences, including Joseph Bower, Thomas Eisenmann, Paul Gompers, Samuel Hayes, Josh Lerner, Jay Light, Robert Merton, Krishna Palepu, William Sahlman, Howard Stevenson, Peter Tufano, and Michael Yoshino. I also benefited from the kind help of several of our students, including Gad Caspy, Mark Cicerelli, Kevin Greene, and Daniel Hawkins. I am indebted as well to our Dean, Kim Clark, and to John Dunlop, University Professor at Harvard, for their generosity in reviewing a draft of this book.

I appreciate the assistance of the following in this study: Gilbert Butler, Kim Davis, Ted Dintersmith, Robert R. Glauber, Torrence Harder, Samuel L. Hayes III, Karl Jacob, Edward C. Johnson III, Arthur Levitt III, Phil Lochner, John Maxwell, Andrew G. Mills, Shirley Mills, Reiner Neumann, Steve Papa, Norbert Reichert, Steven Rosefielde, John Stanton, and Martin Wansleben.

I am grateful to the Harvard Business School Division of Research for its support of my work.

All interpretations and any errors are my responsibility alone.

Daniel Quinn Mills
Boston, Mass.
May 2, 2002

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