January 17, 2012 • 2:28pm in eBridge, White Papers 0

Is the Economic Crisis Really Just a Technological Transition Period?

The failing economy has almost everyone on edge, waiting to see if the next turn will be for better or worse. The job market is increasing marginally, but not fast enough. The downgrading of the U.S. and several European countries’ credit ratings was a blow to the global economy. The stagnant economic growth looks like a bleak outlook on a prosperous future.

However, there are some who disagree, and say we are just in a transitional period. Technology improves so fast, that man often can’t keep up. As soon as we upgrade our technology, a new invention makes it obsolete. There are some scholars who believe our economy will level out, when people adjust to the new digital economy. When major technological advancements are made, it takes time for their adjustments to be accepted. The current argument is whether or not, once these adoptions are accepted if the economy will then catch up?

Let us know what you think? Do you agree with these thoughts, and we are just in a technological transitioning period? At eBridge we believe in an integration of personal interaction with a technological platform. We provide fully manage reverse auction services, within our platform and our customer service. To learn more about eBridge please contact us at: 1-877-245-8880, or visit our website http://www.ebridgeglobal.com.

To read the entire article, please click the following link: http://www.businessweek.com/finance/can-the-jobsandincome-crisis-end-well-11252011.html

 

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