How Do You Measure a "Technological Revolution"?

@article{Corrado2010HowDY,
  title={How Do You Measure a "Technological Revolution"?},
  author={C. Corrado and C. Hulten},
  journal={The American Economic Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={100},
  pages={99-104}
}
It is hardly news that we are in the midst of rapid economic change. The advances in infor mation and communication technology (ICT), in the life and other sciences, and their profusion of innovative products, from the newest electronic devices to the latest drugs and treatments, are ample evidence. Equally pervasive are new busi ness models in services (big box retail, online banking, on-demand media ) and the explosion in social networking and new business practices ushered in by the Internet… Expand
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