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Statementedited by Teun Wolters.
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Paginationxiii, 249 p. :
Number of Pages249
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ISBN 109780444528049

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Access the Platform for Shaping the Future of the New Economy and Society via TopLink. A MEASUREMENT AGENDA FOR THE DIGITAL ECONOMY 17 References 23 Chapter 1 THE DIGITAL ECONOMY TODAY 25 Notes 44 References 47 Chapter 2 INVESTING IN SMART INFRASTRUCTURE 49 Broadband penetration 50 Mobile data communication 52 The growth of the Internet 54 Toward higher speed 56 Prices for Connectivity In the minimum feature size of a device was nanometers.

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As the new economy has developed, intangible assets and high-technology investments are playing an increasingly important role.1 These develop-ments have raised many important questions about measurement, includ-ing how to treat intangible assets in economic accounts and whether we are accurately measuring newer, high-technology capital.

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Internationally comparable and timely statistics combined with robust cross-country analyses are crucial to strengthen the evidence base for digital economy policy making, particularly in a context of rapid change.

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In this context, the underlying problems inherent in the measure of GDP have become more acute because of increased pace of change powered by digitalization.

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Measuring the New Economy (PDF) This paper provides background information on the new economy and how it relates to BEA’s economic accounts.

It. The New Economy referred to the on-going development evolved from the notions of the classical economy as a result not only from the transition from a manufacturing-based economy to a service-based economy, but also meant the new horizons resulted from the constant emerging of new parameters of new technology and innovations.

This popular use of the term. He said that the challenge of measuring the New Economy has proven to be a difficult one: “It really is a process of calibrating and recalibrating our understanding of new technologies and new measures in order to slowly construct a picture that makes sense to us and corresponds to the parameters of statistics.”.

Measuring the new economy: introduction to the book / Teun Wolters --Benchmarking the new economy: the Lisbon process as policy context for statistical indicators / Graham Room --Key indicators for the new economy / Andrea de Panizza and Mauro Visaggio --Enhancing productivity requires more than ICT alone / Bar van Ark --The national accounts.

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National Bureau of Economic Research Studies in Income and Wealth (Book 65) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : University of Chicago Press. Under this new way of organizing the economy, advances in technology and specialization in products and tasks raised the amount that could be produced in a day’s work.

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