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Worker in transition, technological change

Worker in Transition, Technological Change Conference (1989 Bethesda, Md.)

Worker in transition, technological change

presented at the Worker in Transition, Technological Change Conference, Bethesda, Maryland, April 4-7, 1989

by Worker in Transition, Technological Change Conference (1989 Bethesda, Md.)

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Published by American Society of Mechanical Engineers in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor supply -- United States -- Effect of technological innovations on -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementsponsored by the Technology and Society Division, ASME ; editedby T.J. Kozik, D.G. Jansson..
    SeriesTS -- vol. 2, TS (Series) (New York, N.Y.) -- vol. 2..
    ContributionsKozik, Thomas J., Jansson, David G., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Technology and Society Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD6331.2.U5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 312 p. ;
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18782156M

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Technology and Society Division.;]. TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND THE WORK ENVIRONMENT ment impacts of technological change, this evidence is mixed in its quality and conclusions because of several major shortcomings. As we suggested in Chapters 2 and 5, the skill requirements and job characteristics of many of the occupational categories for the overall U.S.

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Joseph Schumpeter, in his classic Theory of Economic Development placed the emphasis on non-economic. appear to require improved worker skills.

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Downloadable. In this paper we used the procedures developed in the Kumar and Russell () growth-accounting study to examine cross-country growth during the 's. Using a data set comprising developed, newly industrialized, developing and transitional economies, we decomposed the growth of output per worker into components attributable to technological catch-up, technological change and.

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