MICROCOMPUTERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: INDUSTRIALIZATION IN THE INFORMATION AGE.
|Title:||MICROCOMPUTERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: INDUSTRIALIZATION IN THE INFORMATION AGE.|
|Publication Date:||December 1985|
|Published In:||The International journal of applied engineering education|
|Description:||The Information Revolution, driven by computer and communication technologies, is well under way in the industrialized countries. The less developed countries (LDCs) vary tremendously in revenue per capita, resources, economic growth rate, and R&D capabilities. Thus the implications of information technology of LDCs vary widely. A technological delivery system is used to identify the technological developments and institutions involved in the utilization of microcomputers in developing countries.|
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|Citation:||The International journal of applied engineering education. 1. Issue 5. 321 - 327. ISSN 0742-0269.|