Book Details

Computers and Productivity

: 2006

: 978-3-7908-1648-8


Highlighting the importance of innovations, firm-sponsored training, and recruitment of high-skilled workers, this monograph analyses why and to what extent firms differ in their capabilities to make ICT work productively. The work also comprises a detailed discussion of economic theory concerning ICT use and complementary firm strategies. In addition it provides a comprehensive treatment of various methodological issues concerning the measurement of firm-level productivity in econometric analyses.

: Business and Economics, ICT, Information and Communication Technologies, Productivity, Skills, Training, computer, innovation, technology