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Productivity Gains from Policy Reforms, ICTs and Structural Transformation

Conference paper

This paper by Dean Parham was submitted for delivery at the International Association of Official Statisticians conference on The New Economy in London in August 2002.

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Contents

1   Introduction

2   The role of ICTs in Australia’s productivity surge
2.1   The nature of the links between ICTs and productivity gains
2.2   Australia is an advanced ICT user, not producer
2.3   ICT contributions to productivity growth — the USA and Australia compared

3   An industry perspective

4   Policy implications

5   Statistical needs

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