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The Impact of Information and Communication Technologies in the Social and Economical Domain

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  • Serbanescu, Luminita

For Romania, the transition basis towards the informational society consists equally of the economical reforms and the fundamental changes in social organization, based by investments in education and scientific research, central institutions of a knowledge-based society, as well as by supporting and promoting the intellectual and science elites. These results will not be obtain unless major changes are going to be made in the mechanism of taking decisions at all levels and also major changes in mentalities of each of us are going to be done. Besides the specific benefits of unlimited access to information, the e-learning training also has long term social and economical effects. This way the citizens are going to become increasingly used to computers and Internet services which in time is creating both the trained man power for producing the information goods in the new economy and the customers for those goods and services as well.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 14223.

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Date of creation: 2008
Publication status: Published in Analele Universităţii „Constantin Brâncuşi”, Tg Jiu No. 1/2008.Volume(2008): pp. 154-160
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:14223
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