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Enhancing Productivity Growth in the Information Age

Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy

by Committee on Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy

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Published by National Academies Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labour economics,
  • Business & Economics / Labor,
  • Economics - General,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Information technology,
  • Semiconductor industry,
  • Technological innovations,
  • United States,
  • Business/Economics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDale W. Jorgenson (Editor), Charles W. Wessner (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10359204M
    ISBN 100309102200
    ISBN 109780309102209

    The concept of a 'paperless office' has been around for at least 35 years, since British-American information scientist, Frederick Wilfrid, first envisioned it in in his book 'Towards Paperless Information Systems'. More than three decades on, in the midst of the information age, you would think we would be there by now - but far from it. The rewards are better products and better business models that deliver sustainable growth for the business, and must-have products and services for the end user. With this e-book, product managers will learn how to improve product and service differentiation, accelerate time to market and develop powerful new business models that grow the.

      Data Mining and Business Intelligence: A Guide to Productivity provides an overview of data mining technology and how it is applied in a business environment. It describes the corresponding data mining methodologies that are used to solve a variety of business problems which enhance firm-level efficiency in a less technical, more managerial style. Productivity growth The salient point is that these hypotheses concerning the stages through which information technology will pass, although starting from very different points of view, are all converging on the same conchision--that we are now at a major transition point, transiting from the second stage of computerized information system Cited by: 4.

    Productivity describes various measures of the efficiency of , a productivity measure is expressed as the ratio of an aggregate output to a single input or an aggregate input used in a production process, i.e. output per unit of input, typically over a specific period of time. Most common example is the (aggregate) labour productivity measure, e.g., such as GDP per worker.   One of the great puzzles of the information age is that global productivity growth is slowing down even as companies deploy more productivity-enhancing IT than ever before.


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Committee on. Read chapter IV BIBLIOGRAPHY: Enhancing Productivity Growth in the Information Age: Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy. Enhancing Productivity Growth in the Information Age Starting in the mid s, the United States economy experienced an unprecedented upsurge in economic productivity.

Rapid technological change in communications, computing, and information management continue to promise further gains in productivity, a phenomenon often referred to as the New Economy.

Read chapter Overview of the Findings and Recommendations: Enhancing Productivity Growth in the Information Age: Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy.

As we move into the information age, policy makers in all countries are increasingly concerned about the role knowledge and skills play in enhancing productivity growth and innovation and in improving social cohesion.

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The study explores ways of enhancing productivity and economic growth by focusing on foreign direct investment (FDI), information and communications technology. The book discusses how the global economy is now characterized by the almost instantaneous flow and exchange of information, capital, and cultural communication.

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Main author: Kudyba, Stephan, Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Other authors: Diwan, Romesh K., Format: eBook Online access. 2Labor productivity growth for the business sector averaged % forthe four fastest annual growth rates in the s, except for a temporary jump of % in as the economy exited recession (BLS ()).

3Stiroh () critiques alternative new economy views, Triplett () examines data. Productivity Growth in the Digital Age While most firms now have access to high-speed broadband networks, more advanced, productivity-enhancing digital tools and applications, such as enterprise resource planning systems or big data analytics, haveFile Size: KB.

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The productivity paradox refers to the slowdown in productivity growth in the United States in the s and 80s despite rapid development in the field of information technology (IT) over the same period.

As highlighted in a widely cited article by Erik Brynjolfsson, productivity growth slowed down at the level of the whole U.S. economy, and often within individual sectors that had invested.

The Information Age has affected the workforce in that automation and computerisation have resulted in higher productivity coupled with net job loss in manufacture. In the United States for example, from January to Augustthe number of people employed in manufacturing jobs fell f, to 11, while manufacturing value rose %.

The Information Age James D. Torr, Book Editor Daniel Leone,President Bonnie Szumski, Publisher Scott Barbour, Productivity levels are higher and unemployment rates are lower than in the two decades states to impose new taxes on Internet sales would stifle this growth and result in confusing and impractical tax laws.

Economic Growth in the Information Age’, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity’, (1), –, references 1 2. Stephen D. Oliner and Daniel E. Sichel (), ‘The Resurgence of Growth in the Late s: Is Information Technology the Story?’, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 14 (4), 3–22 93 Size: KB.

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