AB54: I, Terrorist
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GDP only includes the purchases of Acrobat and other PDF writers. Consider also the aggregate value of all the free software available online. 9 In addition to the workplace, technology has also an important effect outside the ofﬁce. Take Internet use, for example. The current GDP methods assume that the value of Internet access is strictly the amount that people pay their Internet Service Providers (ISPs). So when tens of millions of people watch videos on YouTube for free, the GDP sees nothing.
Because these searches are free, their value to consumers does not show up in the National Accounts. The primary way that these search engines generate revenue is through selling targeted keyword advertisements that appear on the side of the page when a user performs a search. The revenue-generating segment of the market—advertising sales—is a part of the measurable output of Google or Yahoo because it involves market transactions. But what about the value of the searches themselves? A signiﬁcant amount of non-market activity in the economy is due to information technology.
As early as 1970, hardware, software, and other technical equipment accounted for about one-fourth of all business investment in equipment. But then researchers looked at the effect of these investments. A number of studies in the 1980s and the 1990s failed to ﬁnd any evidence for the contribution of IT to productivity (Roach 1987; Loveman 1994; Berndt and Morrison 1995). In the 1980s and the early 1990s, the “productivity paradox” was debated. ) Why would ﬁrms invest so heavily in technology for decades if there wasn’t a measurable effect in productivity?
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