Item description for Economic Policy Issues of the New Economy by Horst Siebert...
This volume addresses trends, causes, and consequences of the new economy in micro- and macroeconomic terms. Modern information and communications technologies increase the efficiency of traditional activities and pave the way for creating new activities and products. How will market participants cope with the challenges of the new economy and which role will governments play in a dramatically changing world? The book presents a thorough analysis of the effects of new technologies and products on overall productivity and on goods markets, labor markets, and financial markets. It also deals with the implications of the new economy for the welfare state and discusses the issue of whether there is a need for new regulatory devices, in particular in the field of international trade in goods and services.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.3" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Oct 3, 2002
ISBN 3540436987 ISBN13 9783540436980
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More About Horst Siebert
Horst Siebert is President Emeritus of the Kiel Institute for World Economics, Steven Muller Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University, and Jelle Zijlstra Professorial Fellow at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies. He previously served as a member of the German government's Council of Economic Advisors for twelve years. He is the author of "The World Economy, Economics of the Environment," and the author or editor of numerous other books.
Horst Siebert was born in 1938 and died in 2009 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Kiel Institute of World Economics, Germany.