Technological diffusion and managing the associated economic transitions in Ireland
Haruki Seitani and
Ben Westmore ()
No 1610, OECD Economics Department Working Papers from OECD Publishing
Technological change is transforming Ireland’s economic structures, leading to new jobs and innovative products that benefit consumers. Adoption of new technologies by businesses has been high relative to many other OECD economies, but it has been uneven across industries and the impact on productivity growth in most firms has been modest so far.
Keywords: active labour market policies; competition policy; data security policies; future of work; gig economy; platform workers; product market regulations; productivity growth; residential mobility; skills; technological diffusion (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A11 J24 J61 J63 J83 I28 I31 O33 O38 O52 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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