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The ICT Revolution: Productivity Differences and the Digital Divide

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  • Cohen, Daniel
    (Professor of Economics, Ecole normale superieure (Paris))
  • Garibaldi, Pietro
    (Professor of Economics, Bocconi University (Milan))
  • Scarpetta, Stefano
    (Labour Market Advisor, The World Bank (Washington DC))

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Contributors to this volume - Bruno Amable (CEPREMAP, Paris - France) Philippe Askenazy (CNRS and CEPREMAP, Paris - France) Eric Bartelsman (Free University, Amsterdam - The Netherlands) Andrea Bassanini (OECD, Paris - France) Daniel Cohen (Delta, Paris - France) Gosta Esping-Andersen (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona - Spain) Pietro Garibaldi (Fondazione Rodolfo Debenedetti, Milan and Bocconi University, Milan - Italy) Paul Geroski (London Business School, London - UK) Andrea Goldstein (OECD, Paris - France) Robert J. Gordon (Northwestern University - USA) John Haltiwanger (University of Maryland - USA) Ronald S. Jarmin (U.S. Bureau of the Census - USA) Alan B. Krueger (Princeton University, Princeton - USA) Richard Layard (London School of Economics, London - UK) John Martin (OECD, Paris - France) David O'Connor (OECD, Paris - France) Stefano Scarpetta (World Bank, Washington - USA) Thorsten Schank (Institut fur Arbeitsmarkt und Berufsforschung Nurnberg - Germany) Renato Soru (Tiscali S.p.A. - Italy) Jan Svejnar (William Davidson Institute, University of Michigan - USA)

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This book is provided by Oxford University Press in its series OUP Catalogue with number 9780199270118 and published in 2004.

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Cited by:
  1. Caudillo Sanchez, Francisco, 2006. "Is information and communication technology (ICT) the right strategy for growth in Mexico?," Freiberg Working Papers 2006,17, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration.

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