An Empirical Analysis of Information-related Investment and Its Impact on Japanese Economy

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Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to calculate the fundamental data which will provide the basis for discussions by researchers and analysts on information-related investment in Japan. Also, by allowing open access to the data calculation processes, the replication of work can be avoided, and further additions to the data can also be easily made. Further, through allowing active debate of problematic areas, the data can be made more precise, hence improving the analysis of information-related investment in Japan, and making research more developed. Based on a number of presuppositions, this paper finally attempts to measure the amount of information-related capital stock, make a comparative analysis between the U.S. and Japan with regard to the measurement of IT capital productivity.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationTokyo, JAPAN
PublisherThe Japan Development Bank
Number of pages34
VolumeNo. 59-02
Publication statusPublished - Oct 1998

Publication series

NameJDB Research Report
PublisherThe Japan Development Bank
No.59-02

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Empirical analysis
Japan
Japanese economy
Replication
Comparative analysis
Analysts
Capital productivity
Capital stock
Open access

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Economics, Econometrics and Finance(all)

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Shinozaki, A. (1998). An Empirical Analysis of Information-related Investment and Its Impact on Japanese Economy. (JDB Research Report; No. 59-02). Tokyo, JAPAN: The Japan Development Bank.

An Empirical Analysis of Information-related Investment and Its Impact on Japanese Economy. / Shinozaki, Akihiko.

Tokyo, JAPAN : The Japan Development Bank, 1998. 34 p. (JDB Research Report; No. 59-02).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Shinozaki, A 1998, An Empirical Analysis of Information-related Investment and Its Impact on Japanese Economy. JDB Research Report, no. 59-02, vol. No. 59-02, The Japan Development Bank, Tokyo, JAPAN.
Shinozaki A. An Empirical Analysis of Information-related Investment and Its Impact on Japanese Economy. Tokyo, JAPAN: The Japan Development Bank, 1998. 34 p. (JDB Research Report; 59-02).
Shinozaki, Akihiko. / An Empirical Analysis of Information-related Investment and Its Impact on Japanese Economy. Tokyo, JAPAN : The Japan Development Bank, 1998. 34 p. (JDB Research Report; 59-02).
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