Employment and income distributional impact of microelectronics: a prospective analysis for the third world
ILO 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.
|Length:||59 P. pages|
|Date of creation:||1985|
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|Publication status:||Published in Technology and employment programme, working paper series|
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