Technology transfer, the environment, and the third world: Having one's cake and eating it
The Journal of Technology Transfer
With the end of the Cold War, the major trend of the next century will be the development of competitive export economies in third world countries. In this paper, an on-going experiment in Mexico is reported. The experiment features the transfer of technology with a minimum adverse environmental impact. The goal is to develop sustainable integration into global markets by transferring technology that is both cost and quality competitive and environmentally safe. The target group is Mexican subsistence producers. © 1992 Technology Transfer Society.
Original Publication Date
DOI of published version
Jedlicka, Allen D. and Rappaport, Allen, "Technology transfer, the environment, and the third world: Having one's cake and eating it" (1992). Faculty Publications. 4473.