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Towards a socio-economic framework on technological change

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Focuses on a central phenomenon of industrialized societies, i.e. technological change. Synthesizes mechanisms which have an effect on processes of technological change into three interrelated perspectives: economic, political and cultural. Applies this interdisciplinary approach in order to capture the manifold natures and the complexity of mechanisms involved. Claims that structural tensions across time and context can both enable and constrain processes of technological change.
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Keywords: Corporate Culture; Economic Systems; Politics; Technological Change

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 1995

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