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Optical communication Optical communication Optical communication has played an important role in communication networks. Lastly, workers are being replaced by computers that can do their jobs faster and more effectively.

Because workers are forced to compete in a global job market, wages are less dependent on the success or failure of individual economies. In essence, a copy of a product made of bits can be made cheaply and quickly, and shipped across the country or internationally quickly and at very low cost. The introduction of wireless networking in the s combined with the proliferation of communications satellites in the s allowed for public digital transmission without the need for cables. Economy, Society and Culture.

Journal of Business Venturing. However, solutions that involve lowering the working time are usually highly resisted. Optical communication Optical communication has played an important role in communication networks.

This poses problems for workers in industrial societies, which are still to be solved. Optics Optical communication has played an important role in communication networks. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Electronics Engineers. Physics of semiconductor devices. Japanese entrepreneurs and the forging of the electronic age.

Workers in developing countries have a competitive advantage that translates into increased opportunities and higher wages. In the classical model, investments in human capital and financial capital are important predictors of the performance of a new venture. With the advent of the Information Age and improvements in communication, this is no longer the case. In the s, electronic paper allowed digital information to appear as paper documents. In the s, electronic paper allowed digital information appear as paper documents.

Nicholas Negroponte captured the essence of these changes in his book, Being Digital. Economics and Statistics Administration, Department of Commerce.

Economics and Statistics Administration DepartmentNicholas Negroponte captured