Digital Prosperity: Understanding the Economic Benefits of the Information Technology Revolution
by Robert D. Atkinson, Andrew S. McKay
Publisher: ITIF 2007
Number of pages: 78
This report attempts to catalogue what is known about IT's impacts on the economy by collecting, organizing, and surveying studies and examples of IT's impact in five key areas: 1) productivity; 2) employment; 3) more efficient markets; 4) higher quality goods and services; and 5) innovation and new products and services.
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