Appropriate Technologies for Third World Development: Proceedings of a Conference Held by the International Economic Association at Teheran, Iran

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Edward Austin Gossage Robinson
Macmillan, Jan 1, 1979 - Appropriate technology - 417 pages
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Adaptation of technologies to available resources Paul Bourrires. On appropriate technology. The availability of appropriate technologies. Intermediate technologies in China's rurual industries. Appropriate technologies: some aspects of japanese experience discussion. Appropriate technology in the dual economy: reflections on philippine and taiwanese experience. Some practical constranints on the use of appropriate technologies in turkish industrial development. Problems in the generation of appropriate technologies. Technology and industrialisation: reflections on the Iranian. Some reflection on the choice of appropriate industrial technology for developing countries. Transfer and adaptation of technology: unilever as a case study. The choice of appropriate technology by a multinational corporation: a case study of Merssrs Philips, Eindhoven. Choice of technologies: the influence of multilateral fianancial agencies. The role of aid donors in the choice of apprpriate technology. Proposal for a programme on appropriate technology prepared by the United States Agency for International Development. A summing up of the Conference.

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On Appropriate Technology Partha Dasgupta
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The Influence of Multilateral Financial
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The Availability of Appropriate Technologies Austin Robinson
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