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Whatever happened to Canada-US economic growth and productivity performance in the information age?

Tarek Harchaoui and Faouzi Tarkhani

OECD Economic Studies, 2006, vol. 2005, issue 1, 127-165

Abstract: Some of the recent “hype” about how advances in technology are forging a “new economy” has evaporated. Interest in “dot.com” start-up companies in the US has waned with the decline in stock market valuations. Some of the more extravagant claims – in particular, that the “new economy” would see the end to recessions – have been tempered by the recent slowdown in the US economy.

Date: 2006
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