The Potential of ICT for the Development and Economic Restructuring of the New EU Member States and Candidate Countries
AbstractICT could help the New Member States catch up with EU-15 in economic terms. The report documents the potential of ICT for improved productivity performance in the Central and Eastern Europe countries (CEE) at the macro and industry level, in relation to the EU-15 and the US.
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Date of creation: 01 Feb 2005
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productivity; information and communication technologies; convergence; Eastern Europe;
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