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This study attempts to illustrate the paradigm shift brought about by the digital transformation. It examines factors that could affect the growth of firms in three domains: productivity, employment and geographical dispersion.
The New Digital Economy (mobile internet and cloud use) has the potential to transform the way in which SMEs combine capital and labor to obtain improvements in productivity levels, so that size could no longer be a limitation under this scenario.
The transformation toward the new digital economy, characterized by mobile Internet access and the use of the cloud, has resulted in lower investment in ICT capital goods and increased access to this technology through pay-to-use services.
The Digitization Index (DiGiX) assesses the infrastructure, the level of adoption, and the institutional and market conditions that allow a country or region to take full advantage of information and communication technologies. It includes 17 Spanish regions and 99 countries, with comparable information available for 2019.
Digital transformation and technological advances have drastically changed the way in which consumers and businesses interact.
The outcome of the G20 meeting in Osaka last weekend of June can be seen as positive; it was a kind of restart after the failure of previous multilateral meetings, with more details and emphasis on previously discussed issues and the addition of certain new ones.
Recently, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and the Fundación Santillana presented the “OECD Skills Strategy 2019” report, drafted under the supervision of Montserrat Gomendio, Head of the OECD's Centre for Skills.
March 13, 2019
The Government’s digital transformation: yes, it’s big, but it will never be slow again
GovTech is every technocrat’s dream. The extraordinary technological transformation we have seen in sectors such as financial services and retail trade has also reached the public sector. In a surprisingly short time, all types of interaction between the State and its citizens will be different.