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Speculations on the Social Effects of New Microelectronics Technology
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International Labour Review Volume 119, Number 6, ISSN 0020-7780

Abstract

Examines the implications of the reduced importance of employment for individuals, for enterprises (work conditions, management styles), trade unions (with a more political than industrial role), and the conservation of resources, concluding with a brief look at the possible benefits of microelectronics for the developing countries. (CT)

Citation

Cherns, A.B. (1980). Speculations on the Social Effects of New Microelectronics Technology. International Labour Review, 119(6), 705. Retrieved December 5, 2020 from .

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