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Endogenous social factors and dimensions of technology diffusion in a developing country-an Indian experience

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1 Author(s)
Suresh Kumar, S. ; Regional Res. Lab., CSIR, Trivandrum, India

Technology change involves technical and non-technical parameters. A conducive synergic climate involving all these dimensions is essential for successful technology transfer. This is particularly true in the case of developing societies, as their informational, organizational and social environment is not sophisticated enough for that required for successful technology. The author examines a particular case, that of the Green revolution, as an experiment that has succeeded in terms of the various dimensions mentioned above, assimilating the endogenous factors that are intrinsic to the globalization of the social and technical process

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Engineering Management Conference, 1993. Managing Projects in a Borderless World. Pre Conference Proceedings., 1993 IEEE International

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17-18 Dec 1993