Information activities, electronics, and telecommunications technologies: impact on employment, growth, and trade, Volume 1
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Jan 1, 1981 - Political Science - 140 pages
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aggregate average capital cent CM CM communications components consumer crease economically active effect elasticity of substitution electronic electronic funds transfer electronic-telecommunications electronics-based employee employment equipment example factor prices final demand firms France Germany growth rates impact important increase information activities information handling information labour information occupations information processing information technologies information-related activities information-related occupations inventory Japan labour force labour input labour markets levels machine manufacturing Member countries ment Microelectronics National Accounts number of hours OECD countries OECD exports op.cit operators organisational output percentage period postwar Primary Information Sector Private Services productivity growth public switched network rapidly rates of growth ratio real wages reduced relative prices result rise role Secondary Information Sector SELECTED COUNTRIES service industries statistical structure Sweden Table B.IV tech technological change technological unemployment telecommunications tion total factor productivity trade unions trend United Kingdom value added workers