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Bibliography on Automation and Technological Change and Studies of the Future

Published 1966

by Annette Harrison

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Last published in 1967, this current bibliography lists works associated with two ongoing RAND projects: Automation and Technological Change, and a related informal study of future national and international problems. Alphabetically arranged, the bibliography contains approximately 800 entries, consisting of the assembled works of project members, together with some 400 additional entries published after 1967, selected largely from the Library of Congress card catalog. The appendix lists private organizations engaged in, or planning to engage in, future-oriented work. The bibliography will continue to be updated periodically.

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