Technology and Economic Interdependence

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Technology and Economic Interdependence

By Harry G. Johnson
St. Martin (for the Trade Policy Research Centre, London), 1976
187 pp. $16.95

Insisting persuasively on the economic character of technology, Professor Johnson deals some hard knocks to widely held views about economic growth, multinational corporations, the environment, the brain drain, and science policy. One of his best books.

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