new economy


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new economy

n
(Economics) the postindustrial world economy based on internet trading and advanced technology
Translations
économie en ligne
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In case you haven't noticed, it's a massive, global brawl for survival in our New Economy.
Its trickledown theory aspires to help lower-income communities of color by generating a new economy filled with ancillary jobs, many in the service sector.
You're right on the money regarding the "new economy" ("The New Economy, Really," Editor's Note, October), especially concerning outdated economic models, such as net vs.
After the New Economy, by Doug Henwood, New York: The New Press, 269 pages, $24.
The Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy, a union-backed group that has long advocated higher wages for low-income workers, is spearheading the proposal for community-impact reports in redevelopment areas in Los Angeles.
Nevertheless, Drucker warns his readers that the fever surrounding the new economy of the 1990s created fundamental changes in society in both developed and emerging nations, changes closely linked with the tech revolution and dizzying advances in communication, all of which have led to new types of work relationships.
Does the New Economy demand a top-notch work force?
Based on the second definition, residence in high-tech cities, there is evidence that contingent and alternative employment relationships are more common in the new economy.
According to Parks, a lot of current market problems were caused by the emergence of new economy and the high-tech boom that created a remarkably high demand for office space back in 1999 and 2000.
Third, it emphasized the role of knowledge and the production of knowledge as essential to any nation that aspires to succeed in the new economy.
Most New Economy companies have very few tangible assets on their balance sheets, especially since accounting systems - originated in the industrial era - do not recognize intangible assets.