Service sector and technological developments
Services were neglected due to the fact that A. Smith, one of the pioneers of Economics, described services as nonproductive endeavor. After it was understood that studying services was neglected unnecessarily and this sector could play an initiator role for economic development, studies pertaining services accelerated. Recently, new theories and approaches which acquire new dimensions and concentrate on the impacts of economic and technical changes such as technological developments, complicating production structure, changing value concept and maintaining the unity of systems have been developed. One of these approaches is that technological developments improve services sector. In this study, some changes which have been caused by technological developments in service sector are analyzed in a theoretical framework. In the conclusion part, it is stated that technological developments have improved and elaborated the service sector which was neglected for a long time and as a consequence of this, constituted the postproduction service composition.