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Balcerzak Adam P. (Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu)
Rola technologii teleinformatycznych w podnoszeniu mikro oraz makroekonomicznej efektywności gospodarki
The Role of Information Technologies in Improving Micro and Macroeconomic Effectiveness of Economy
Acta Universitatis Nicolai Copernici. Nauki Humanistyczno-Społeczne. Ekonomia, 2008, t. 38, s. 147-164, wykr., tab., rys., bibliogr 35 poz
Internet, Innowacyjność, Teleinformatyka
Internet, Innovative character, Teleinformation
W artykule przeanalizowany został wpływ proliferacji technologii teleinformatycznych na efektywność gospodarczą. Celem artykułu jest odpowiedz na pytanie, jakie czynniki muszą być spełnione, aby w danej gospodarce było możliwe szerokie wykorzystanie potencjału tych technologii? (abstrakt oryginalny)

The article concentrates on the infl uence of information technology proliferation on effectiveness of economy from the micro and macroeconomic perspective. The aim of the paper is to discuss the conditions that must be fulfi lled in order to utilize the potential of information technologies as much as its possible. (original abstract)
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