Explores the economic impact of digitization, with each chapter identifying a promising area of research. This book discusses the opportunities and challenges created by digital technology and describe some of the most pressing policy issues. It suggests a need for a better understanding of the impact of digital technology on economic activity.
Avi Goldfarb is professor of marketing at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. Shane M. Greenstein is the Kellogg Chair in Information Technology and professor of management and strategy at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Catherine E. Tucker is the Mark Hyman Jr. Career Development Professor and associate professor of management science at the MIT Sloan School of Management. All three editors are research associates of the NBER.
The University of Chicago Press
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Economics: Professional & General
National Bureau of Economic Research Conference Report
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University of Chicago Press
18 halftones, 106 line drawings, 53 tables
Avi Goldfarb, Catherine E. Tucker, Shane M. Greenstein