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Abstract:It's taken a long time to confirm that computers boost productivity. But as Nick Bloom, Raffaella Sadun and John Van Reenen show, the key to their success seems to lie in management - and that's where US firms have been far more effective than their European counterparts.
CentrePiece 10 (3) Winter 2005 pages: 8-11
See also Nick Bloom, Raffaella Sadun and John Van Reenen (2005), 'It Ain't What You Do, It's the Way that You Do I.T.:Testing Explanations of Productivity Growth using US Affiliates', Office for National Statistics
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