The technology dynamics of the digital age continue to impact where industries and firms locate and cluster geographically. Some of the impacts and structural patterns are consistent with the old or Fordist economic era; some are not. Thus, the contributions provide a balanced view of the 'New Economy' or 'Digital Economy' perspective and through new analyses illustrate where dynamics seem to be emerging and where more traditional patterns seem to be holding. The book's contributions are based on analyses in specific regions in different parts of the world and are informed by empirical analysis. The volume is more than just another book on the digital economy based only on interpretive analysis. Consequently, the reader will gain considerable new insight based on a fact based foundation. A synthesis is provided that places the contributions in a broader frame. Policy implications are examined.