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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 4 (56), 2015
PROBLEMS OF MODERNIZATION AND TRANSITION TO INNOVATIVE ECONOMY
Fomina V. S.
Chair of Political Economy, Department of Economics, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University

Informational and communicational technologies: innovations, efficiency, employment (Russia, Moscow)
The article analyzes the impact of the informational revolution upon the economic growth of the developed countries, their impact upon the dynamics of added value, labor efficiency, employment and the workers’ income level over the last 15 years. The author discusses the long-term consequences of informatization and automatization at the level of enterprises and labor market at large
Key words: informational revolution, informational and communicational technologies, added value, multi-factor efficiency, labor efficiency, employment, wage level
Pages: 50 - 54



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