Is Information Systems Spending Productive? New Evidence and New Results

Abstract

The "productivity paradox" of information systems (IS) is that despite enormous improvements in the underlying technology, the benefits of IS spending have not been found in aggregate output statistics. One explanation is that IS spending may lead to increases in product quality or variety which tend to be overlooked in aggregate output statistics, even if… (More)

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