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By Paul J.J. Welfens
This publication makes a speciality of the function of data and conversation applied sciences for monetary integration, networking and progress. Technological and regulatory dynamics are highlighted with appreciate to european international locations and the united states.
The research bargains with the most problems with rational laws in open economies. Schumpeterian advancements and dynamic potency profits are an important for Europe within the context of telecommunications festival and community modernisation – attaining the targets of the Lisbon time table calls for sufficient incentives for funding and strong capital marketplace customers. financial growth within the electronic wisdom society could be characterized by way of huge, immense structural swap and the expansion of electronic companies. New coverage conclusions at either the nationwide and overseas degrees – together with welfare research – are presented.
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63 percentage points in the second period. ICT can stimulate long term growth if the growth rate of total factor productivity growth is raised or if the output elasticity of capital is increasing over time. From a theoretical perspective the link between ICT dynamics and economic growth is rather straightforward: Innovations and productivity growth are crucial. In the framework of growth accounting one should find a major impact in total factor productivity growth, part of which could reflect technological progress embodied in cumulated ICT investment.
Two important studies can be found in this context: • BAILEY/LAWRENCE (2005) have shown that the US software sector internationally outsourced some 100,000 jobs in the period from 2000 to 2003. However, the overall number of software personnel in the US increased in that period. Mostly, rather simple programming jobs were outsourced, often to Asian countries. This suggests that the international outsourcing of standardized services will allow advanced countries with a relative abundance of skilled workers to specialize increasingly in advanced services.