The assimilation of computer and microelectronics technology in developing countries: the case of Latin America Online publication date: Sun, 24-May-2009
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.
Online publication date: Sun, 24-May-2009
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