Appropriate Technologies for Third World Development: Proceedings of a Conference Held by the International Economic Association at Teheran, Iran
Edward Austin Gossage Robinson
Macmillan, Jan 1, 1979 - Appropriate technology - 417 pages
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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activities adaptation agriculture alternative appropriate technology areas basic capital capital deepening capital-intensive cent China choice of technique choice of technology competitive constraints data bank demand developing countries discussion domestic dualism economic effects efficient employment engineering enterprises equipment example existing export factor prices factors of production fertiliser foreign groups growth import substitution income increase industrialisation innovation inputs institutions intermediate technologies investment Iran Japan Japanese labour labour-intensive large number LDCs less machinery manufacturing market economy maximisation ment methods MNCs modern motor car needs nologies operation opportunity cost organisation output paper Philippines plants possible problems production Professor Ranis programme projects relative relevant research and development result role rural industries savings scale Section 107 shadow prices skills small-scale smaller firms social structure Taiwan tech technical techno tion transfer Unilever Indonesia unit urban utilisation workers