Information Technology and the U.S. Economy

  title={Information Technology and the U.S. Economy},
  author={Dale W. Jorgenson},
  journal={The American Economic Review},
  • D. Jorgenson
  • Published 2001
  • Economics
  • The American Economic Review
Автор предлагаемой статьи Дейл Йоргенсон является одним из наиболее значимых современных экономистов. Его блестящие работы в различных областях экономики принесли ему заслуженное уважение коллег во всем мире. В своей стране профессор Д. Йоргенсон избирался председателем Американского эконометрического общества в 1987… Expand

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