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Diginomics : New Economic Drivers

@inproceedings{Breman2014DiginomicsN,
  title={Diginomics : New Economic Drivers},
  author={A. Breman},
  year={2014}
}
Digitization is a structural change that impacts the Swedish economy more than other comparable countries. Physical goods are becoming digital services, and the marginal costs for copying and distribution are approaching zero. We discuss how this affects productivity, the labor market and inflation. The potential productivity gains are large, but data shows that Sweden is not fully capitalizing on this potential. Moreover, the productivity gains from digitization are difficult to measure and… Expand
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