The synergistic effect of NBIC-technologies and world economic growth in the first half of the XXI century
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Keywordsthe global economy; the growth rate; Kondratieff-Schumpeter theory; Hirooki paradigm; NBIC-convergence technology; synergy effect; Kondratieff cycles;
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