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General information product theory in economics science

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  • Ledenyov, Dimitri O.
  • Ledenyov, Viktor O.

The information, including the knowledge in the science, business and society, is being generated, transmitted, received and analyzed by the humans in the various countries over the centuries. The information is a most valuable asset in possession by the economic agents in the modern economies of the scales and scopes in the information societies in an information age. The authors introduce a notion on the general information product (GIP) in the macroeconomics, thoughtfully defining the GIP in the frames of the Ledenyov theory on the GIP(t) in the economies of scales and scopes for the first time. The multiple possible origins of the fluctuations of the dependence of the general information product on the time GIP(t) in the economies of scales and scopes are researched comprehensively. Authors consider the GIP(t) as a main parameter, which evaluates the performance of the economies of the scales and scopes from macroeconomics perspective. Authors assume that the accurate characterization of the dependence GIP(t) can be made in agreement with the Ledenyov theory on the GIP(t) in the economies of scales and scopes. Authors believe that the Ledenyov indicator GIP(t) instead of the Kuznets indicator GDP(t), can be successfully used to accurately measure the state/performance by any economy of scale and scope in the time domain. Authors think that the GIP(t) is a discrete-time digital signal (the Ledenyov digital wave), but it is not the continuous-time signals (the continuous waves), because of the discrete digital nature of information generation process. The article considers the empirical theoretical approaches and reveals the possible practical technical limitations in relation to the modeling of the new types of the discrete-time digital signals generators for the Ledenyov digital waves generation in the economies of the scales and scopes at the time of globalization.

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