Today, about four out of every five dollars spent in the economies purchases services or intangible goods. This “dematerialization” of economies is complicating our understanding of productivity |
Rethinking productivity with the “dematerialization” of economies: about four out of every five dollars spent in the leading OECD economies purchase services or intangible goods, underlines via
"Soft” innovations may be at least as important as “hard” technologies in driving productivity, writes
What's the role of social capital in productivity levels? Diane Coyle explains....
'Perhaps today’s pervasive productivity slowdown should not be blamed solely on an unsupportive macroeconomic environment. Social and cultural contexts that are fragmented, unequal, or otherwise problematic may also be playing a role' says
GPS navigation and professional services (like management consultancy) can undoubtedly boost productivity. But how do we quantify their effects? asks
Don’t blame the productivity slowdown solely on an unsupportive macroeconomic environment, let alone on inadequate technological innovation. Fragmented, unequal, or otherwise problematic social and cultural contexts may also play a role —
Productivity is about a lot more than tech - it has a social life
Today, about four out of every five dollars spent in the OECD economies purchases services or intangible goods; this 'dematerialization' of economies demands a more nuanced understanding of what drives productivity, , #economicsfest