Aggregate Productivity Growth and the Contribution of Japan's ICT Assets: Isn't It Anther Puzzule?

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This study is intended to examine whether infermation and communications technology (ICT) has contributed to aggregate productivity growth in Japan over the last two decades. Growth accounting analysis yields two observations. First,  investment’ in lCT accelerated in Japan in the 1980s and slowed down in the 1990s. Second, the periodical changes of multifactor productivity growth and the contribution of lCT capital assets have always run in a parallel direction since the 1980s. Therefore, the “Solow paradox” has never been observed in Japan. Nevertheless, another puzzle emerges: why did Japan’s investment in lCT slow down in the 1990s in spite of its potential for productivity growth? A possible explanation might be that there have been some impediments in the Japanese economic system to reap the benefits of information and communications technology.
元の言語英語
出版場所Osaka, JAPAN
出版者Reseaech Center of Socionetwork Strategies
ページ1-23
ページ数23
No. 20
ISBN(印刷物)1347-636X
出版物ステータス出版済み - 9 2004

出版物シリーズ

名前RCSS Discussion Paper Series
出版者Research Center of Socionetwork Strategies
ISSN(印刷物)1347-636X

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Productivity growth
Japan
Assets
Aggregate productivity
Economic systems
Communication technologies
Multifactor productivity
Information and communication technology
Impediments
Paradox
Growth accounting

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Economics, Econometrics and Finance(all)

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Shinozaki, A. (2004). Aggregate Productivity Growth and the Contribution of Japan's ICT Assets: Isn't It Anther Puzzule? (pp. 1-23). (RCSS Discussion Paper Series). Osaka, JAPAN: Reseaech Center of Socionetwork Strategies.

Aggregate Productivity Growth and the Contribution of Japan's ICT Assets : Isn't It Anther Puzzule? / Shinozaki, Akihiko.

Osaka, JAPAN : Reseaech Center of Socionetwork Strategies, 2004. p. 1-23 (RCSS Discussion Paper Series).

研究成果: 研究成果報告書討論論文

Shinozaki, A 2004 'Aggregate Productivity Growth and the Contribution of Japan's ICT Assets: Isn't It Anther Puzzule?' RCSS Discussion Paper Series, Reseaech Center of Socionetwork Strategies, Osaka, JAPAN, pp. 1-23.
Shinozaki A. Aggregate Productivity Growth and the Contribution of Japan's ICT Assets: Isn't It Anther Puzzule? Osaka, JAPAN: Reseaech Center of Socionetwork Strategies. 2004 9, p. 1-23. (RCSS Discussion Paper Series).
Shinozaki, Akihiko. / Aggregate Productivity Growth and the Contribution of Japan's ICT Assets : Isn't It Anther Puzzule?. Osaka, JAPAN : Reseaech Center of Socionetwork Strategies, 2004. pp. 1-23 (RCSS Discussion Paper Series).
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