The assimilation of computer and microelectronics technology in developing countries: the case of Latin America
by Carlos M. Correa
International Journal of Technology Management (IJTM), Vol. 7, No. 6/7/8, 1992

Abstract: In Latin America, as in other developing regions, technology policies have been principally concerned with the creation and adaptation of technology. Such policies have neglected the importance of demand-side actions and the impact of IT diffusion on individual firms. This paper addresses the diffusion of IT in Latin America, and proposes actions within the framework of technological policies.

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