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In the early 21st Century the economic environment is turbulent, unpredictable and complex.
The Productivity Paradox (also the Solow computer paradox) is the peculiar observation made in business process analysis that, as more investment is made in information technology, worker productivity may go down instead of up.
The Happy Economist: Happiness for the Hard-headed by Ross Gittins
Money equals happiness? Maybe not?
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