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Title: Information Technology Impact on Productivity: A Systematic Review and MetaAnalysis of the Literature
Authors: Appiahene, Peter
Ussiph, Najim
M Yaw, Missah
Keywords: Impact
Information Systems
Information Technology
Organisation
Productivity
Issue Date: Jul-2018
Publisher: International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development
Citation: International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development, Volume 10 , Issue 3
Abstract: The notion that an increase in information technology investments will result in a positive impact on productivity has been deliberated comprehensively at various levels. Initial studies have established that, there was no link between investment in IT and productivity while others suggested otherwise. Even though there is a growing number of an academic studies on this topic, most of them has been centered on America, Asia and Europe. This current article reviews and analyzes literatures on the topic and presents a quantitative analysis of the literatures on continental bases. The study uses PRISMA Flow diagram and examined 141 studies that have been published between 1990 and 2017. The results suggested that Europe led with 36.88%, whilst Africa has not contributed much to IT and productivity literature with just 8.51%. The study therefore concluded that more studies on the topic should be done using data from Africa.
Description: This article is published in International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development and also available at DOI: 10.4018/IJICTHD.2018070104
URI: 10.4018/IJICTHD.2018070104
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