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Boosting productivity via innovation and adoption of new technologies

Thierry Tressel

Boosting productivity via innovation and adoption of new technologies

any role for labor market institutions?

by Thierry Tressel

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial productivity.,
  • Labor supply -- Effect of technological innovations on.,
  • Technological innovations.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementThierry Tressel and Stefano Scarpetta
    SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 3273, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3273.
    ContributionsScarpetta, Stefano., World Bank.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3381299M
    LC Control Number2004551181

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    By Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial April innovation—the creation and adoption of new products, services and business models—is effective use of new technologies.5 We have seen. Using new data and original analytics, the authors uncover the key to this innovation paradox in the lack of complementary physical and human capital factors, particularly firm managerial capabilities, that are needed to reap the returns to innovation by:

    The most important determinants of longer-term productivity growth are the rate of adoption of existing and new technologies, the pace of domestic scientific innovation and changes in the.   Contact. American Enterprise Institute Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC Main telephone: Main fax:


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Internal training to offset high hiring and firing costs, the latter reduce incentives for innovation and adoption of new technologies, and lead to lower productivity performance.

Albeit drawn from the experience of industrial countries, this result may have relevant implications for many developing economies characterizedCited by: The link between R&D activity and productivity also depends on technological characteristics of the industries: while there is no evidence of R&D boosting productivity in low-tech industries, the effect is strong in high-tech industries, but the technology leaders tend to enjoy higher returns on R&D expenditure compared with followers.

The link between R&D activity and productivity also depends on technological characteristics of the industries: while there is no evidence of R&D boosting productivity in low-tech industries, the effect is strong in high-tech industries, but the technology leaders tend to enjoy higher returns on R&D expenditure compared with by: Boosting productivity via innovation and adoption of new technologies: any role for labor market institutions.

(English) Abstract. This paper presents empirical evidence on the determinants of industry-level multifactor productivity by: 3 – Boosting productivity with innovation and new technologies 51 in both GDP and consumption per capita.

Employment is stronger and labour productiv-ity higher. Real after-tax wages rise, with a gain in incomes for low, middle and high skill employees. The reforms benefit some industries more than others, although all are winners. The. The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called on businesses to become “magpies” and adopt useful technologies as the UK’s productivity is linked to slow technology : Lis Evenstad.

Boosting Productivity via Innovation and Adoption of New Technologies: Any Role for Labor Market Institutions. Article in SSRN Electronic Journal May with 50 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Boosting Productivity via Innovation and Adoption of New Technologies: Any Role for Labor Market Institutions.

World Bank Policy Research, Working Paper Nopp. 1– World Bank Policy Research, Working Paper Nopp. 1–Author: Christelle Tchamou Meughoyi. Seventy per cent of UK employees agree that there’s a direct link between technology provided to them at work and their level of output, with new technology being the biggest single driver of boosting productivity going forward.

More than half (53pc) think new technology will be a key driver of improved productivity in the future. Innovation, innovation adoption and economic growth Innovation diffusion involves the initial adoption of a new technology by a firm (inter-firm diffusion) and the subsequent diffusion of the innovation within the firm (intra-firm diffusion), being the later the process by which the firm’s old technologies and facilities are replaced by newCited by: 1.

Despite high expectations around new technologies, productivity statistics have stagnated. In his latest book, Henry Chesbrough argues that open innovation. The EY Australian Productivity Pulse found that on a ten point scale, Australia’s average productivity has settled atdown from at the end of last year.

Increased absorption of technology change will produce significant gains in productivity improvements, according to EY Oceania advisory leader Bill Farrell. Michael Strain’s new book, The American Dream Is Not Dead, provides support for the idea that recent economic growth has been driven by the advent of the internet and increased use of technology.

Boosting productivity via innovation and adoption of new technologies. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Human Development Network Social Protection Team: International Monetary Fund, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Stefano Scarpetta; Thierry Tressel.

Get this from a library. Boosting productivity via innovation and adoption of new technologies: any role for labor market institutions?. [Thierry Tressel; Stefano Scarpetta; World Bank.] -- Scarpetta and Tressel present empirical evidence on the determinants of industry-level multifactor productivity growth.

They focus on "traditional factors," including the process of technological. Many of us are familiar with the technology adoption lifecycle developed by Everett Rogers in his book Diffusion of Innovations, and popularized (and slightly modified) by Geoffrey Moore in his highly-respected book Crossing the Chasm, both of which examine the ways in which new ideas and technologies spread and are adopted within different.

The productivity increase by new technologies is eaten up by the expansion of the government and its regulations to survery corporations and citizens toredistribute incomes. And then of course instead of working less we use the spare time at work for Facbook, Twitter and co.

at full pay. – Innovation counts – Particular technologies (e.g. ICT – more properly thought of as capital) • But many other kinds of innovation that we do not think of as conventional technology – New ways of working (e.g. Toyota and Lean manufacturing revolution) – Organisational – Managerial 7.

Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth Innovation—the creation and adoption of new products, services, technologies, and businesses outside of cutting-edge science- and technology.

Tech transformation: how agriculture is being redefined through digital innovation and startups. By Team YS. Access to such machinery can boost farm productivity in an affordable manner. The. Top innovations to increase productivity in the workplace Work & Lifestyle The second instalment of our 'Future of Work' series considers ways to overcome the challenge of maintaining productivity in the modern workplace, ranging from innovative and customisable desks to AI monitoring systems.

On the upside, the broad adoption of new technologies – such as IT skills during the epidemic – and strong reallocation pressures may provide an independent boost on productivity as we come out of the crisis. References Baldwin, R and B Weder di Mauro (eds) (a), Economics in the Time of COVID, a eBook, CEPR Press.Improving Business Operations With Information Technology.

businesses can compete with each other based on their pace of innovation and adoption of new technologies. Transform Your Business Immediately With Reliable Technology Systems That Streamline Efficiencies And Boost Productivity.