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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Franklin A Long; Alexandra Oleson; American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
|Notes:||"The papers in this volume were originally presented at an international symposium held in June 1978 at the Wingspread Conference Center of the Johnson Foundation in Racine, Wisconsin."|
|Description:||viii, 215 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction / Franklin A. Long --
Technology choice in the context of social values --
a problem of definition / Paul H. De Forest --
Building the better mousetrap : appropriate technology as a social movement / Langdon Winner --
A critique of the concept of appropriate technology --
Beyond appropriate technology / John D. Montgomery --
Appropriate technology and the development process / Gustav Ranis --
The role of high technology in the industrialization of Korea / Hyung-Sup Choi --
The national development of Ghana / Robert Dodoo, Jr. --
The development problem, strategy, and technology choice : Sarvodaya and socialist approaches in India / V.V. Bhatt --
China's experience with rural small-scale industry / Dwight H. Perkins --
On being rich and being poor : technology and productivity / Kenneth E. Boulding.
|Responsibility:||edited by Franklin A. Long, Alexandra Oleson.|