English, Article edition: Evaluation of ICT Investments toward an Increased Competitiveness Laurentiu FRATILA; Adrian TANTAU

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  • Evaluation of ICT Investments toward an Increased Competitiveness
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  • Laurentiu FRATILA
  • Adrian TANTAU
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  • This paper focus on the analysis of the impact of investments in IT industry in the general frame of globalization and the drafting of a model for evaluation so that to address the subject of the theoretization of possible measures and efforts in strategic resource consumption for growing of IT competitiveness. To reap the gains from globalization it is necessary to undergo a process of adjustment as factors of production – such as investment capital – towards the ITC applications. The extent by which e-Government will make a difference and add value is seen as dependent on three factors: strong leadership, management of the ‘digital divide’, and well managed innovation.
  • ITC; e-government; investments; digital divide; Internet.
  • RePEc:rom:rmcimn:v:10:y:2009:i:2:p:375-386
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