Globalization of IT Services and White Collar Jobs: The Next Wave of Productivity Growth
AbstractBusinesses throughout the US economy continue to transform even after the technology boom has faded. The key sources of this continuing transformation are investment in the information technology (IT) package (hardware, software, and business-service applications) and reorientation of business activities and processes to use both information and technology effectively.
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