The development of a Third World technology
A study of the technical and economic revival of the small-scale OPS method of sugar processing in India, and its transfer to Kenya. A detailed study of two contrasting situations.
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Raphael Kaplinsky is the author of numerous books on technology, industrialization, and globalization. These include studies on globalization, industrial policy, industrial organization, global value chains, the international automobile sector, computer-integrated automation, computer aided design, the impact of microelectronics on employment, and on appropriate technology.
The international context for industrialisation in the coming decade
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The State, Technology and Industrialization in Africa
Appropriate Technology in the Public Sector
1995https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230377196_6 [Citations: 0]
Choice of Technique and Underdevelopment in Tanzania: The Case of Sugar Development Corporation
Chambua, Samuel E.
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Peasants and Petty Capitalists in Southern Oaxacan Sugar Cane Production and Processing, 1930–1980
Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 24 (1992), Iss. 1 P.33https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022216X0002294X [Citations: 1]
Conceptualising technical change in the third world in the 1980s: An interpretive survey
The Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 21 (1985), Iss. 4 P.572https://doi.org/10.1080/00220388508421964 [Citations: 66]