Employment and income distributional impact of microelectronics: a prospective analysis for the third world
AbstractILO pub-WEP pub. Working paper on labour market and economic implications of computerization in developing countries - develops a conceptual framework for the economic analysis of employment and income distributional impact of microelectronics innovations and technology transfer; expects underemployment and economic disparity to increase. Graphs, references, statistical tables.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by International Labour Organization in its series ILO Working Papers with number 241837.
Length: 59 P. pages
Date of creation: 1985
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Publication status: Published in Technology and employment programme, working paper series
WEP pub; labour market; economic implication; computerization; developing countries; economic analysis; employment; income distribution; microelectronics; innovation; technology transfer; underemployment; economic disparity; graph; reference; statistical table; pub PME; marché du travail; conséquences économiques; informatisation; pays en développement; analyse économique; emploi; répartition du revenu; microélectronique; innovation; transfert des techniques; sous-emploi; disparité économique; graphique; référence bibliographique; tableau statistique; pub PME; mercado de trabajo; consecuencias económicas; computerización; países en desarrollo; análisis económico; empleo; distribución del ingreso; microelectrónica; innovación; transferencia de tecnología; subempleo; desigualdad económica; gráfico; referencia; cuadros estadísticos;
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