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Feature: It Diffusion and Industry and Labour-Market Dynamics
Bas ter Weel
The Economic Journal
Vol. 116, No. 509, Features (Feb., 2006), pp. F1-F9
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3590480
Page Count: 9
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The emergence and rapid diffusion of information and communication technology is the most radical technological transformation of the last couple of decades and has had an enormous economic impact. This bundle of four articles contains research that discusses major economic implications of the diffusion of IT. They focus on two main implications of IT: (i) networks and industry dynamics, and (ii) IT and workplace organisation. The two sets of two articles contribute both original theoretical insights and new empirical results to these themes.
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