A collection of 31 reprinted articles written from 1962 to 1991,
charting the responses of economists to information technology in the
advancement of economic development. The contributors consider
topics in the areas of information and organizational efficiency, the
macrorealities of the information economy including credit and
currency issues, management and technology in corporate innovations,
the development of information policy, particular concerns relating
to international information, and the new directions in
techno-economics including changing notions of investment theory and
modern manufacturing. Lacks an index.
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