Automation: measuring its social costs

August 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Aug69, Vol. 92 Issue 8, p48
Academic Journal
Probes the experience of three countries in their efforts to bring greater understanding of the speedup of social and economic changes resulting from technological innovations. Meeting of British, American and Israeli experts at an International Conference on Technological Change and Human Development; Polarization of social groups; Dilemma facing union leadership; Globalization issue.


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