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2001 | 8 | nr 2 | 20--33
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Information Technology and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Analysis

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The often-advocated view that information technology will change the world must stem from the basic premise that computing and information processing equipment has a visible impact on productivity and income. While there is substantial evidence that new information technologies are in many ways transforming the operations of modern economies, the impacts on productivity and economic growth have been much harder to detect. Although an increasing number of microeconometric studies find a positive correlation between IT investment and various measures of economic performance across firms in industrial countries (...), disappointment in information technology is chronicled in many macro-economic studies disclosing a non-existent or even negative correlation between IT investment and economy-wide productivity (...). (fragment of text)
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8
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20--33
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  • UNU World Institute for Development Economics Research
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