2 edition of Technology and the economy found in the catalog.
Technology and the economy
Canada. Industry Canada.
|Statement||by Michael Gibbons.|
|Series||Occasional paper (Industry Canada) ; 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||220 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Number of Pages||220|
Our inaugural book Waste to Wealth () identified a trillion dollar value at stake by through a radical departure from traditional 'take, make, waste' production and consumption systems. Now, The Circular Economy Handbook, featuring insights gained from years of experience and an analysis of 1, case studies - of which are included in the book - . In “What Technology Wants,” Kelly provides an engaging journey through the history of “the technium,” a term he uses to describe the “global, massively interconnected system of.
Thanks to the rise of such sharing-economy companies we’re more likely to book a room in a stranger’s house, with 9% of UK and US travellers having rented space in a private home or apartment. Information technology has grown into the largest sector of the economy for a reason. These companies aren't among the world's largest simply because they affixed ".com" to the end of .
And as you might expect, an awful lot of economic growth is the result of technological progress; one famous estimate says about 88 percent. ¹ That makes technology quite important for understanding how the economy got to where it is today, and where it might go in the future. If we look at the past 10 years, we can identify 4 trends and technologies that have transformed the publishing industry: 1. New online distributions platforms, such as Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), have enabled self-publishing. Let’s adm.
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And what might we gain from understanding the nature of technology, particularly as it relates to business and the economy. A fascinating book by W. Brian Arthur, “The Nature of Technology: What it is and How It Evolves,” goes a good way towards answering these questions and is accessible to the general, non-technical reader.
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