August 15, 2019

Robert Solow (Economist)

»You can see the computer age everywhere but in the productivity statistics.«

(Much like electricity and internal combustion earlier in the century, the effect of the first 10-20 computer age years on productivity was negligible. It wouldn’t be till the late 90s that an impact from computers was measurable = productivity paradox)

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