The ICT Revolution: Productivity Differences and the Digital Divide by Daniel CohenThe ICT Revolution: Productivity Differences and the Digital Divide by Daniel Cohen

The ICT Revolution: Productivity Differences and the Digital Divide

EditorDaniel Cohen, Pietro Garibaldi, Stefano Scarpetta

Paperback | May 26, 2004

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This title includes the following features: An in-depth investigation into a topical and critical issue that affects the economy at the highest levels as much as it does people's everyday lives.; Incorporates the best of empirical study, historical perspective, and economic theory.; Thoroughanalysis by world-leading experts at major institutions.
Daniel Cohen is a Research fellow and former co-director of the International macroeconomy programme at the CEPR, and Research fellow at CEPREMAP, Paris. He has been a Consultant at the World Bank (1984-1994) and the IMF (2001 and 2002), and was a Visiting fellow at Harvard University in 1981-82 and 1983-84. Pietro Garibaldi is the He...
Title:The ICT Revolution: Productivity Differences and the Digital DivideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:290 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.63 inPublished:May 26, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Part I: The Spread of ICT and Productivity Growth: Is Europe Really Lagging Behind in the New Economy?Edited by Stefano Scarpetta; Team members: Eric Bartelsman, Andrea Bassanini, John Haltiwanger, Ron Jarmin, Stefano Scarpetta, and Thorsten Schank: Introduction and Overview1. What is the Role of ICT in Shaping Recent Growth Patterns in the United States and Other OECD Countries? - Some Aggregate Evidence2. Scraping the Surface: what Lies behind Aggregate Growth Patterns? Industry- and Firm-Level Evidence3. Productivity, Investment in ICT, Human Capital and Changes in the Organisation of Work: Micro Evidence from Germany and the U.S.4. ICT and Growth: the Role of Factor and Product Markets5. Do Policy and Regulatory Settings Help to Explain Industry Differences in Productivity and Innovation Activities across OECD Countries?AppendixRobert J. Gordon, Alan B. Krueger: CommentsPart II: Internet: the Elusive Quest for a Frictionless EconomyCo-ordinated by Daniel Cohen; Team members: Bruno Amable, Philippe Askenazy, Andrea Goldstein, and David O'Connor: Introduction and Overview6. Markets and Consumers7. Firms And Suppliers (B... 2b Or Not 2b?)8. Supply Chains, Market Access and the Internet: A View from the SouthAppendicesJohn Martin, Jan Svejnar: CommentsConclusionGosta Esping-Andersen, Paul Geroski: