Digital Innovation and the Distribution of Income
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Stefano Baruffaldi and Akira Tachibana provided valuable research support. The authors would like to thank Jonathan Haskel and participants of the NBER CRIW conference on Measuring and Accounting for Innovation in the 21st Century, the Innovation and Inclusive Growth in Germany and Disruptive Innovations, Disruptive Times? Technological Innovation, Inequality and Inclusive Growth workshops of the Bertelsmann Foundation, the Symposium on Technology, Innovation and Inclusive Growth: Future Perspectives, the Conference on the Economics of Digital Change, Vienna, Austria (2016), 13th World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities and seminars at the Internet Policy Research Initiative, MIT (2017), the Inter-American Development Bank (2017), the Washington Centre for Equitable Growth (2017). The support of the advisory group of the Innovation for Inclusive Growth Project is also gratefully acknowledged. The findings expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the OECD, its member countries, or the National Bureau of Economic Research.