ICT, skills, and organizational change: evidence from Italian manufacturing firms

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Giuri, Paola; Torrisi, Salvatore; Zinovyeva, Natalia;
(2008)
  • Publisher: Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Laboratory of Economics and Management (LEM) Pisa
  • Journal: Industrial and Corporate Change,volume 17,issue 1 2,pages29-64
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1093/icc/dtm038
  • Subject: human capital | Humankapital | Technischer Fortschritt | Industrie | D24 | Organisational Change, ICT Investment, Workplace Organization, Human Capital, Productivity | ICT investment | Organisatorischer Wandel | L23 | O30 | ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE | SKILLS | Produktivität | PRODUCTIVITY | COMPLEMENTARITY | Italien | ICT | SMEs | Informationstechnik
    • ddc: ddc:330
    acm: ComputingMilieux_THECOMPUTINGPROFESSION

This paper explores the complementarity between skills, organizational change and investments in information and communication technology (ICT). Our work contributes to the literature on the effects of ICT by testing the hypothesis of complementarity in a panel of 540 I... View more
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