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Productivity, inequality, and the digital economy
|Statement||edited by Nathalie Greenan, Yannick L"Horty, and Jacques Mairesse.|
|Contributions||Greenan, Nathalie., L"Horty, Yannick., Mairesse, Jacques.|
|LC Classifications||HC240.9.I52 P764 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 305 p. :|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||2001059646|
Introduction to "Economic Analysis of the Digital Economy" Avi Goldfarb, Shane M. Greenstein, Catherine E. Tucker. Chapter in NBER book Economic Analysis of the Digital Economy (), Avi Goldfarb, Shane M. Greenstein, and Catherine E. Tucker, editors (p. 1 - 17) Conference held June , Published in April by University of Chicago Press. Inequality of compensation contributed percent of the divergence between and So, the two inequality items (falling labor’s share and rising compensation inequality) explained 84 percent of the divergence in the s, when the pay and productivity divergence was larger than in any other period.
The New Economy: Post Mortem or Second Wind’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 16 (2), Spring, 3–22 5. Nicholas Oulton (), ‘ICT and Productivity Growth in the United Kingdom’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 18 (3), Autumn, –79 6. Kevin J. Stiroh (), ‘Information Technology and the U.S. ProductivityFile Size: KB. The good news is that to the degree that the “rents” interpretation is correct, it suggests that it is possible to reduce inequality and promote productivity growth without hurting efficiency by changing how rents are divided—or even that it is possible to do both while increasing efficiency by acting to reduce rents in the economy.
Digital Economics Avi Goldfarb, Catherine Tucker. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. Digital technology is the representation of information in bits. This technology has reduced the cost of storage, computation, and transmission of data. Checking inequality: the challenge of technology. Technological change has burst into all areas of our life and some of the key sectors for boosting and consolidating this change are not ready yet, as argued by Zia Qureshi in the article “Advanced Tech, but Growth Slow and Unequal: Paradoxes and Policies”. Market failures and a lack of innovative policies are a vital cross .
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Productivity, Inequality, and the Digital Economy: A Transatlantic Perspective Hardcover – J by Nathalie Greenan (Editor), Yannick L'Horty (Editor), Jacques Mairesse (Editor) & 0 morePrice: $ Inequality widespread diffusion of information and communication technologies (ICT) has had controversial, seemingly paradoxical consequences.
ICT are viewed as driving growth and employment in the United States, while contributing to European unemployment and the so-called Eurosclerosis. At the same time, both the United States and Europe have seen increased. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised contributions and discussions from a two-day international conference on "Information and Communications Technologies, Employment, and Earnings," organized by the editors, held in Nice in Juneand sponsored by the Conseil de l'Emploi, des Revenus et.
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Get this from a library. Productivity, inequality, and the digital economy: a transatlantic perspective. [Nathalie Greenan; Yannick L'Horty; Jacques Mairesse;] -- Essays on the computer and the economy, particularly in relation to employment rates and to wage widespread diffusion of information and communication technologies (ICT) has had.
Productivity, inequality, and the digital economy: a transatlantic perspective The mismeasurement hypothesis and the productivity slowdown: the evidence Pages 19– Productivity, inequality, and the digital economy: a transatlantic perspective Information technology, organizational transformation, and business performance Pages 55– Productivity is the ultimate engine of growth in the global economy.
Raising productivity is therefore a fundamental challenge for countries going new OECD report on The Future of Productivity shows that we are not running out of Size: 3MB.
A complete introduction to economics and the economy taught in undergraduate economics and masters courses in public policy. CORE’s approach to teaching economics is student-centred and motivated by real-world problems and real-world data. Exploring the paradox of slowing productivity growth amid booming technology and the concurrent rise in income inequality.
A joint research project of. Productivity, Inequality, and the Digital Economy: A Transatlantic Perspective (MIT Press) eBook: Greenan, Nathalie, L'Horty, Yannick, Mairesse, Jacques: Manufacturer: The MIT Press. The rise of the digital economy has pushed income inequality higher.
At the same time, the potential of the new technologies to spur productivity growth has not been fully realized. However, this should not provoke despair, much less a negative backlash. Yet, paradoxically, productivity growth has slowed as digital technologies have boomed.
Among advanced economies over the past 15 years or so, it has Author: Zia Qureshi. The linkages between the productivity and inequality challenges we face are still to be fully explored. Ultimately, each challenge may have its own solution, but the nexus of relationships that exists between productivity and inequality policies and outcomes means that there is also increasingly good reason to think that our efforts would.
The digital economy isn’t helping the poor. It’s a major source of inequality.Books relevant to the evolution of economic and business principles and practices in the digital age.
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