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IDS Bulletin 4.2-3

Innovation in a Choice of Techniques Context: The Chinese Experience, 1958-1970

Published on 1 March 1972

Economic development in the People’s Republic of China has been predicated on the basis of “technological dualism”: the use of both modern, imported, large-scale, capital-intensive industrial
technologies and of traditional, native, small-scale, labour intensive technologies, particularly in agriculture and consumer industries.

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Institute of Development Studies
authors
Dean, Genevieve C.
language
English

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