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  • A Systems Analysis Study to Compare the Long-term Consequences of Innovation Policies with Regard to Underground Coal Mining

    Petras, L. (1980)
    This paper was prepared on the basis of a research study on future underground coal-mining technologies carried out by the author. Its main aim is to promote a closer consensus in the discussion about future possibilities of coal mining from the underground deposits as surface deposits are very quickly exhausted. In spite of that, investment in the development of new technologies seems to be very high, from the point-of-view of future gains, especially with a decrease in the amount of un...

    Are Regional Development Policies Needed?

    Recent shifts in population and economic activity from the Northeast and North Central parts of the United States to the South and West, and from large metropolitan areas to smaller towns and rural areas have revived interest in the formulation of federal regional policies to deal with problems associated with these changes. The present paper critically examines the rationale for territorial distribution policies and suggests that it probably is premature to set specific goals at the nat...

    Long-Term Population Decline in Europe: The Relative Importance of Tempo Effects and Generational Effects

    It has recently been suggested that an end to further increases in the mean age of child-bearing in Europe (ending the negative tempo effect on fertility) would have a substantial effect on population dynamics in terms of slowing population aging and decline and weakening the negative momentum affecting population size over the coming decades. On the other hand, stable population theory suggests that under sub-replacement fertility conditions, a longer mean length of generations implies slowe...

    Economic Impacts of High Technology

    Y KAYA (1986)
    Rapid penetration into the market of new technologies will certainly bring in benefits to consumers or more generally to the economy, but almost unavoidably be accompanied by frictions in both domestic and international markets. For these technologies to be really beneficial to the society, such strategies are to be implemented that reduce frictions in the markets with as little decrease in positive impacts as possible. Taking into account that the issues are of interdisciplinary (techno...
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