Selected bibliography dealing with changes in technology on existing technologies, social systems, and the environment in general, with special emphasis on developing mechanisms to assess these effects. Included are references to industry studies as well as theoretical discussions and some studies of the future. The order of references is alphabetical by author, or titles if no author is listed. Sources checked include Books in Print (1969), Cumulative Book Index (1965-November 1970), and Public Affairs Information Service (1965-14 November 1970). Current periodicals were also scanned by Rand reference librarians. 10 pp. (Author)
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