Government broadband investment policy and the ‘broadband productivity paradox’

17/12/2016

Bronwyn Howell discusses Arthur Grimes's ultrafast broadband productivity paper at TechPolicyDaily.com.

In 1987, scholar Robert Solow famously quipped that “you can see the computer age everywhere but in the productivity statistics.” Since then, considerable academic effort has been exerted to either explain or bury the so-called computer productivity paradox to which Solow referred.