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From industrial economics to digital economics : an introduction to the transition /
Martin R. Hilbert.
imprint
Santiago, Chile : Naciones Unidas, CEPAL/ECLAC, Division of Production, Productivity and Management, Restructuring and Competitiveness Network, 2001.
description
133 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
ISBN
9211212979
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imprint
Santiago, Chile : Naciones Unidas, CEPAL/ECLAC, Division of Production, Productivity and Management, Restructuring and Competitiveness Network, 2001.
isbn
9211212979
general note
"LC/L. 1497-P"--T.p. verso.
"United Nations publication ... sales no. E.01.II.G.38"--T.p. verso.
catalogue key
5075680
 
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-129).
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This paper aims to lay a wide-ranging base for untangling the digital economy, in order to facilitate and moderate the high-speed evolution and create an awareness of the new economic coherence. It attempts to show the differences between industrial and digital economics. It finds that old models based on methods of traditional industrial economics still provide a stable framework for analysis of the new age economy whilst also highlighting the need for future refocusing.
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This publication focuses on creating an awareness of the new economic situation, which has been provoked by the introduction of modern Information and Communication Technologies. It shows the differences that exist between industrial and digital economics and the need to facilitate and moderate the high-speed digital evolution.

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