The Effects of ICTs and Complementary Innovations on Australian Productivity Growth
This paper presents part of the work in progress on a joint research project of the Productivity Commission, the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources, and the National Office for the Information Economy. The joint project was set up to provide an Australian contribution to the set of country studies on ICT and Business Performance that is being facilitated and co-ordinated by the OECD.
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2 Uptake of ICTs
2.1 Analysis of factors influencing the use of ICTs
3 Performance effects of ICTs
3.1 Contributions to aggregate productivity growth
3.2 Performance effects at the sectoral level
3.3 Performance effects at the firm level
4.1 Main findings
4.2 Further interpretation of results
Appendix 1 Overview of methodology for micro analysis of uptake and productivity effects of ICTs
Uptake of ICTs
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