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New Digital Economy and Implications for Digital Transformation

What are the key trends in the new digital economy and how do they affect digital transformation?

  • What is the “productivity paradox” of the new digital economy? What is the difference between the installation and deployment phases of the digital economy?
  • How does the intensity of information and communication technologies (ICT) contribute to productivity growth?
  • What is the overall contribution of the ICT sector in different global regions and individual countries?

Can the new digital economy play a role in reversing the global productivity slowdown? What does it take for firms to get ahead of the curve?

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