Economics and the New Economy : The Invisible Hand Meets Creative Destruction

@inproceedings{Boehne2000EconomicsAT,
  title={Economics and the New Economy : The Invisible Hand Meets Creative Destruction},
  author={Edward G. Boehne and Leonard I. Nakamura},
  year={2000}
}
A s the third millennium begins, the buzzwords " new economy " and " new paradigm " are invoked repeatedly to explain the U.S. economy. In general, these words refer to a view that high-tech innovations and the globalization of world markets have changed our economy enough that we need to think about it and operate within it differently. Perhaps what we notice most is a new Zeitgeist of accelerating change in the worlds of work and knowledge, change that's emphasized in books with titles like… CONTINUE READING

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