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AT and Misbehaving Production Functions

ing in India, which incidentally began officially to promote AT and widely ban inappropriate technologies long before AT became a cult Admittedly, there are developing countries which have increased industrial employment rapidly. Their achievement deserves serious study; dismissing them as dictatorships, small countries or camp-followers of world imperialism may economise thought, but does not promote understanding of the process of employment creation. But countries where industry has wrought a sufficient or significant change in the employment structure are few compared to those where it has not.

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