In the first approach, the CPS data from 1979 and 1994 are used to make two simple earnings comparisons for groups of high- and low-technology
Surfing the net is still a rare activity in low-technology
Central America, but European and U.
industries: paper, paper products and printing (ISIC 34), textiles, apparel and leather (ISIC 32), food, beverages and tobacco (ISIC 31), wood products and furniture (ISIC 33).
Internal Revenue Service, healthcare organizations, student testing services, businesses conducting global surveys, and companies interacting with a variety of individuals often must accept paper-based forms as a low-technology
solution to obtaining data.
Its findings suggest that investors react differently to R & D announcements by high- and low-technology
firms and that the market's assessment of R & D spending plans may be influenced by other factors, such as insider trading activity.
New wisdom dictates: "Sometimes the best solution is a low-technology
In detail, the technical assessor drew attention to the way in which low-technology
construction methods (still concrete frames with rendered block infill) were used throughout by local unskilled labour - except for the restoration parts.
industries that will encounter the most difficulties are labor-intensive, low-technology
Ongoing efforts to develop simple low-technology
approaches to culturing sandfish (Holothuria scabra), a high-value tropical sea cucumber species, have a broad range of potential benefits in restoring coastal livelihoods and ecological function.
Their topics include resources and innovation in a cluster of industries in Spain and Italy, the role of company networks in low-technology
industries, engineering versus craftsmanship in innovation in the electric guitar business 1945-84, and lessons from China's home electronics sector for how industries in developing countries compete with multinationals.