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Productivity is higher among some service firms when broadband becomes available, but not all

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  • Haller, Stefanie

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Using internet services over broadband connections may help some firms become more productive, generating more output from a given amount of labour and capital equipment. However, there is mixed evidence internationally about how large this benefit has been in practice and which types of firms are most likely to improve their productivity by using these technologies. In this research we examine the effects of broadband availability on the productivity of service sector firms.
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  • Haller, Stefanie, 2019. "Productivity is higher among some service firms when broadband becomes available, but not all," Papers RB201904, Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).
  • Handle: RePEc:esr:wpaper:rb201904
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