Innovation and Information Technology in Services

@inproceedings{Moch2001InnovationAI,
  title={Innovation and Information Technology in Services},
  author={Dietmar Moch},
  year={2001}
}
The missing effect of investments of firms in information and communication technologies on productivity is studied by various recent papers (e.g. Oliner and Sichels 1994, Landauer 1995, Brynjolfsson and Hitt 1996). Several explanations are given for this missing link. Our paper deals with two of them, using two newly available data sets for the German service sector. Using data from a survey of innovative activities in services we show that investment in information technology (IT) has a… CONTINUE READING
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