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Le paradoxe de la productivité : L'apport des micro-données


  • Dirk Pilat


L’analyse économétrique de la croissance économique et de la productivité distingue en général trois effets des technologies de l’information et des communications (TIC). Premièrement, l’investissement dans les TIC contribue à accroître le stock de capital et améliore donc la productivité du travail. Deuxièmement, le progrès technologique rapide dans la production de biens et services des TIC peut contribuer à faire progresser l’efficience du capital et du travail, ou la productivité multifactorielle (PMF), dans le secteur producteur de TIC. Et troisièmement, une plus large utilisation des TIC dans l’ensemble de l’économie peut aider les...

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  • Dirk Pilat, 2005. "Le paradoxe de la productivité : L'apport des micro-données," Revue économique de l'OCDE, Éditions OCDE, vol. 2004(1), pages 41-73.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:ecokab:5lgmqf0zkt7g

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    1. Ben aoun, Leila & Dubrocard, Anne, 2010. "TIC, innovation et effets perçus dans les entreprises luxembourgeoises
      [ICT, Innovation and perceived effects in Luxembourgish firms]
      ," MPRA Paper 28375, University Library of Munich, Germany.

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