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Trends in the development of information technology and their effects on the production structure in Europe

Author: Schütte, Hellmut ; De Meyer, ArnoudINSEAD Area: Technology and Operations ManagementIn: Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, vol. 2, no. 2, 1990 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 143-158.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask the Library for this articleAbstract: In this paper, the two authors have made an attempt to build a scenario of how technology can have an impact on the production structure in Europe, and how these changes will affect the international division of labour. The authors start from the premise that the application of new product and process technologies are leading to stepwise changes in production structures. They borrow from economic and managerial theories, present a number of scenarios from two-types of technologies (bio-technology and information technology). Implications for the influence of technology on the production structure in Europe are derived from it
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In this paper, the two authors have made an attempt to build a scenario of how technology can have an impact on the production structure in Europe, and how these changes will affect the international division of labour. The authors start from the premise that the application of new product and process technologies are leading to stepwise changes in production structures. They borrow from economic and managerial theories, present a number of scenarios from two-types of technologies (bio-technology and information technology). Implications for the influence of technology on the production structure in Europe are derived from it

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