Economists have been puzzled in recent years by the so-called “productivity paradox,” the fact that the digital revolution of the past four decades hasn’t resulted in big gains in output per worker as happened with earlier technological upheaval. Many developed economies have actually seen productivity stagnate or decline.
Date: February 15th, 2018
1) The “productivity paradox” was first discussed back when PC computers started entering businesses. Can you explain in simple terms what the paradox is?
2) How could you stop workers playing cat videos at work?