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  • The strategy of Yugoslavia's technological development
  • Technological development strategy adopted by the Assembly of the SFRY on April 29, 1987. Here are presented : objectives, directions of technological development, criteria to evaluate technology, set priorities for joint projects and joint
  • programmes, implementation of Yugoslavia's technological development strategy.
  • Science, technology and food problems in Nigerian development
  • Agricultural technique ; Crop ; Development ; Education ; Farming;Agriculture ; Food ; Nigeria ; Price ; Production technique ; Technology
  • Traditional technology cannot help in producing adequate food to feed the Nigerian people. So it is necessary to develop science and technology. There is some effort to make to not only adapt foreign technologies, but develop indigenous technology
  • Irrigation technologies in Bangladesh. An evaluation of consequences of different technological levels
  • In the article attention will be directed to the national and individual efforts aiming at utilizing water for irrigation in order to be able to evaluate the potentiel and effects of irrigation, especially of the different technologies which
  • Representing things to come : feeling the visions of future technologies
  • Audiovisual ; Prospective study ; Technology
  • The paper adresses the production of embodied anticipation inherent to video representations of technological futures. The focus of inquiry is videos produced by HP Labs and Microsoft to illustrate future worlds of technological experience.
  • The transfer of technology from Great Britain to Sweden 1825-1850
  • Diffusion of innovations ; Great Britain ; Historical geography ; Importation ; Industrialization ; Industry ; Nineteenth Century ; Sweden ; Technological innovation ; Technology ; Technology transfer ; United Kingdom
  • The AA. have traced the import of machine-tools to Sweden, and mapped the diffusion of that technology within Sweden. Britain was the predominant supplier of technology to Sweden, and the city of Gothenburg was the principal entry point
  • for the inflow of machinery. The technology imported was not the most advanced available.
  • Technology and seaports in the 1980 s
  • New technologies in the geography classroom
  • Communication ; Micro computing ; Practical work ; Teaching of geography ; Technology ; Telecommunications ; United States of America
  • Discussion of strategies and classroom activities that can be enhanced by technology that includes software, CD-ROMs, GIS, and Internet. - (DWG)
  • Boundary objects and the social construction of GIS technology
  • Geographical information system ; Social group ; Technology
  • The AA. examine several instances of how GIS technology involves social negotiation by using a construct of boundary objects developed in a social constructivist framework. Boundary objects stabilize relationships through the negotiation of flexible
  • Spatial scope of a modern transport technology
  • Choice ; Distance ; Technology ; Transport ; Transport cost
  • This paper studies the endogenous choice of transport technology, traditional versus modern, by a shipper. Although the modern technology is characterized by higher fixed costs and a higher speed of transport, it is chosen for intermediate distances
  • , rather than to long distances. The reason is that, when the shipper switches to the modern technology, the industrial firm changes production from the home to the foreign city. Thus, the demand for transport decreases proportionally to the distance
  • between the home and foreign city. For long distances, revenue from transportation becomes so low that the modern technology does not break even.
  • The limits to globalization : technology districts and international trade
  • Rational choice, collective action, technological learning
  • Agglomeration ; Export ; Exporting industry ; Flexible production ; France ; Innovation ; International trade ; Italy ; Production system ; Specialization ; Technological innovation ; United States
  • The increasing export specialization of advanced industrial nations cannot be explained by comparative advantage, nor by the new trade theory based on economies of scale. It must be due to technological or « absolute » advantages on the part
  • of the specialized exporter. These advantages are product-based and renewed by learning. The export-oriented industries tend to be found in one or a few subnational regions. They are organized in « Technological districts ».
  • Regional specialization and technological leapfrogging
  • Competition ; Enterprise ; Industry ; Model ; Regional economy ; Specialization ; Technology
  • The paper investigates circumstances where a region loses its technological leadership after some major technological breakthrough. Input-output linkages between firms in a Cournot upstream industry and a perfectly competitive downstream industry
  • create forces for agglomeration in particular locations, driving up prices of immobile factors. A new technology that is incompatible with the old will not benefit from these linkages and so is more likely to be established in locations with little
  • On applying logistic models in technological forecasting
  • Technology and growth in Brazilian manufacturing
  • World cotton technology since World War II
  • Trickle irrigation: a new technology in irrigated agriculture
  • Technology and industrial change in Europe.
  • A remark on economic response to technological innovation
  • A general framework for analysing technological change and industrial restructuring
  • Special issue on technological change and industrial restructuring
  • Business cycle ; Economic history ; Industrial restructuring ; Industrialized countries ; Industry ; Innovation ; Technical advance ; Technology
  • Regional and local economic policies and technology.
  • A number of case studies on regional and local economic policies and technology from the Federal Republic of Germany and the Netherlands original presented at a seminar on applied economic geography in Aachen (1988). Recent theoretical view points
  • on technology and the geographic environment, regional economic strategies and the investigation of local initiatives form the three perspectives in this book. - (AGD)
  • Negotiating technology - (Re)considering the use of GIS by indigenous peoples
  • Aborigines ; Cultural studies ; Geographical information system ; Maoris ; New Zealand ; Project ; Society ; Technology
  • that indigenous peoples consider their symbolic representation in, and physical access to GIS before making an initial investment in the technology.