2 edition of Typologies and economic analysis of new information technologies found in the catalog.
Typologies and economic analysis of new information technologies
1989 by Dept. of Communications of Canada, Canadian Workplace Automation Research Centre, Organizational Research Directorate in Laval, [Québec] .
Written in English
|Statement||René Poirier, Lucie Deschênes.|
|Contributions||Deschênes, Lucie., Canadian Workplace Automation Research Centre. Organizational Research Directorate.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
A substantial bibliography, including many from online sources, a detailed table of contents, and index make this an easy-to-use resource. In its early stages, IT seemed to improve efficiency and competitiveness and promised a better life for people. This can be traced to the increasing volume of trade each day. Petersburg, 64 p Google Scholar Copyright information. He has published about papers and some of them are in refereed international journals.
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For scholars in diverse fields, policy makers, and business persons with domestic and international interests. The socio-technical regime offers useful insights into the reasons why some EIs may fail, despite promising better environmental performance. They allow connections among research, design, depiction, and making that have not existed since specialization began during the Renaissance. Keywords: technological innovation, public health Introduction The economic success of an organization depends on it competitiveness.
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Their holistic approach makes them more interested in the analysis of transitions and learning processes than in equilibrium states, and assumes bounded rationality of eco-innovative companies rather than optimisation Typologies and economic analysis of new information technologies book.
In its early stages, IT seemed to improve efficiency and competitiveness and promised a better life for people. Thus, some possible evaluation criteria are: the reduction in the material intensity of goods or services, the reduced dispersion of toxic materials, the improved recyclability, the maximum use of renewable resources, the greater durability of products, the increased service intensity of goods and services and so on.
However, the evolutionists believe that some EIs have not further developed because they are embedded in an inappropriate existing complex system. It is pertinent to study how technological innovation, at a macro level, impacts the broad socioeconomic systems, including the public health.
The socio-technical regime offers useful insights into the reasons why some EIs may fail, despite promising better environmental performance. However, the way they contribute to sustainability changes according to the economic approach considered, in particular whether neoclassical or evolutionary.
Hughes 24 argued that value created by a technological innovation goes beyond the preconceived individual service applications. Bossle, M. Examples of integrated measures are environmental monitoring technologies that help the ascertainment, observation and surveillance of natural processes for example, satellite observation, measurement of fine particulates in inner citiestechnologies for reuse or recycling, technologies for saving resources or to conserve both materials and energy when producing and operating products for example, the minimisation of friction in movable engine parts to save fuelregenerative, fuelless energy for example, photovoltaic, wind, hydro, tidal, wave, solar and geothermal energyreplacing hazardous chemicals by more benign low-impact substances, biofeedstocks partially replacing fossils as a raw material, new ultra-light, ultra-strong materials — which reduce energy and volumes compared to conventional materials — and nanotechnology and micromachines, which cause less environmental impact compared to larger conventional machines and chemical production see Huber,p.
Therefore, whereas neoclassicists tend to investigate specific aspects of EIs double externality problem, environmental regulation, efficiency and so onthe evolutionary approach explores EIs in their dynamic and multidimensional nature, by considering them as dependent upon the interactions of technological, sociological and economic systems.
It is important to understand how these elements affect each other. Among the diverse reasons for this growth are the stable and sound social systems that contributed to the development.
NOTES 1. What are the reasons behind this lack of development? New technologies encourage the use and development of new shopping methods, such as online and mobile shopping, which favor economic growth and provide companies and consumers with additional benefits with respect to traditional shopping channels.
He teaches monetary economics and open macroeconomics at both the postgraduate and undergraduate levels. In this framework, the distinctive characteristic of EIs is to reduce the environmental burden and to deal with specific problematic areas, such as greenhouse effects, loss of biodiversity, sustainable use of natural resources and so on Typologies and economic analysis of new information technologies book et al.
Although our economy and our society are being built on decentralized information networks of interaction powered by the Internet and IT, the spatial pattern of human settlement is characterized by an unprecedented territorial concentration of population and activities. Consequently, these data sources have far greater capacity to describe how regional economies work than do more traditional products.
Table 1. The smallest geographical unit included in the study was a single US Census region. In this framework, governments should provide financial support to EIs while the private sector should develop, test and market them.
Under this condition, this chapter examines suitable macroeconomic policies for development. The authors focus on the organization model for microfinance, Typologies and economic analysis of new information technologies book benefits of IT, and analyzes the prototype model of the Internet in microfinance management in Indonesia.
Thus, more significant than the aim of innovations, is whether there are positive and recognised environmental effects related to their use.
By contrast, radical EIs are discontinuous events that are unevenly distributed over sectors and time and are the result of deliberate research and development processes in companies Freeman et al. But for most this is only during conceptual stages to generate rudimentary cost data and quantity takeoffs helpful in evaluating the expense impacts of various schematic designs—not for full BIM production.
Indeed, as will be discussed later in this chapter, the transition towards a more sustainable regime can happen only because of the co-evolution of technological and social elements: in this framework, technological EIs coexist and co-evolve with organisational EIs as well as with changes at the social and institutional levels.Jan 01, · The Economics of Information Technology is a concise and accessible review of important economic factors affecting information technology industries.
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