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International Labour Review

1980 Volume 119, Number 6

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Number of articles: 2

  1. New Office Technology and Employment

    David Cockroft

    Shows that there are potential problems associated with technological change which demand both serious analytical treatment and the development of sophisticated industrial and social policies.... More

    pp. 689-704

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  2. Speculations on the Social Effects of New Microelectronics Technology

    A B. Cherns

    Examines the implications of the reduced importance of employment for individuals, for enterprises (work conditions, management styles), trade unions (with a more political than industrial role),... More

    pp. 705-21

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