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Computerization in Domestic and International Manufacturing
Gold, Bela
31/2  (Winter 1989): 129-143

This article examines the potential benefits and limitations of computerization in manufacturing along with some of its requirements and economic effects. It explains why this enormously powerful technology-probably the most important contribution to increasing the productive efficiency of a wide range of manufacturing industries over the next decade-has developed and diffused so slowly. This article then discusses the problems of transferring various levels of computerization to other domestic and international plants.
 

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