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Telecommunications: Some Social Issues

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  • Jain Mukesh
  • Sridharan R

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In this paper we look at the technological developments in telecommunications over the years and their implications to the society in which we live. We realise that in this “Information Age” the World is only as far as the nearest telephone to us. But development also has its costs in terms of dwindling resources and reduction in privacy, both individual and national. It brings in a lot of issues that need to be resolved at the individual as well as the global levels to best utilise the technological developments.

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  • Jain Mukesh & Sridharan R, 1989. "Telecommunications: Some Social Issues," IIMA Working Papers WP1989-06-01_00880, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Research and Publication Department.
  • Handle: RePEc:iim:iimawp:wp00880
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