Blending of new technologies with traditional activities, Volumes 22-23
International Labour Organisation, 1985 - Business & Economics - 24 pages
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ACSTD agencies application of emerging application of micro-electronic assessment Bhalla biotechnology blending strategy blending with traditional Burkina Faso case-studies Chapter co-operative Colombia Committee on Science concept of blending conventional technologies criteria decentralised demand developing countries discharge rate electronic load controller emerging and traditional employment example experience fermented food hydropower impact implementation improve institutional International International Labour Organisation involved James and Stevens KBDT Labour micro-electronic controls micro-electronics applications microcomputer microprocessors newly emerging technologies operations organisation of production panel Persian wheels Personal computers photovoltaic power pioneer projects Prato problems programme pumping requirements rural development rural education rural industrialisation satellite communications sawmill Science and Technology skills small-scale sophisticated Sri Lanka technological blending technologies to traditional technologies with traditional Technology for Development technology technology technology textile Third World traditional activities traditional economic activities traditional sectors traditional technologies UNFSSTD UNIDO United Nations upgrading village