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[From the Introduction]. The economic policy agenda is currently shaped by the motive of competitiveness, which has been designed as a device to cope with the combined processes of globalisation and regionalisation of economy. As the world’s economy becomes increasingly globalized, nation states have had to reassess their comparative and competitive advantages. The best way to do this leads through using new technologies. The great technology progress, which we are witnessing is taking place from day to day at the end of the XX century. Nowadays we are all living in the Information Society based on use of information and communication technology lead by knowledge based economy. By the year 2010, half of all jobs will be in industries that are either major producers or intensive users of information technology products and services. It seems that the turn of the centuries is the most appropriate time for prognostic reflections related to the experiences of how this new technology progress leading to the economic growth affects the labour market.
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