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A Difficult Balancing Act: Employment, Technology, Context, and Change (Innovations Case Discussion: ETV Pumps, Solar Tuki, Rickshaw Bank)


  • Christopher Bull

    (Christopher Bull, Senior Lecturer and Senior Engineer at Brown University, pursues teaching and research in renewable energy, appropriate technology, social entrepreneurship, and the pedagogy of classroom-community partnerships.)

  • Barrett Hazeltine

    (Barrett Hazeltine is Professor of Engineering Emeritus at Brown University, but continues to teach full time. He has worked in six African countries and is co-author of a textbook and a field guide on appropriate technology.)

  • Nicholas Stoker

    (Nicholas Stoker is a recent graduate of Brown University. His honors thesis, Appropriate Technology in Practice: Understanding Project Failure and a Model for Proper Implementation, examines why appropriate technology development projects fail and how they can be more successful.)


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  • Christopher Bull & Barrett Hazeltine & Nicholas Stoker, 2010. "A Difficult Balancing Act: Employment, Technology, Context, and Change (Innovations Case Discussion: ETV Pumps, Solar Tuki, Rickshaw Bank)," Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization, MIT Press, vol. 5(1), pages 95-100, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:tpr:inntgg:v:5:y:2010:i:1:p:95-100

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