Dundar F. Kocoaglu
Management of Engineering and Technology
The new economy has grown out of the information age.The invention of the microprocessor and access and utilization of information technology has changed the economic picture in the U.S. and beyond.The advent of technology information, along with the recession of the early 1990s has drastically changed the face of corporate America. How and where people work in the new economy is different than ever before. The economy has affected not only where and how people work, but also how much.
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