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The large number of Indians educated at US


engineering and other schools (many of
whom had gained entrepreneurial experience
in Silicon Valley or managerial experience at
American IT firms) provided an important
human capital base for developing IT
company management capacity. Sources for
technological talent also increasingly came
from the Indian education system through the
development of IITs and IISC, regional
colleges and number of private colleges

According to Journal of Asia Business Studies


(Vol 6. No. 2, 2012), The large number of
Indians educated at US engineering and other
schools (many of whom had gained
entrepreneurial experience in Silicon Valley
or managerial experience at American IT
firms) provided an important human capital
base for developing IT company management
capacity. Sources for technological talent also
increasingly came from the Indian education
system through the development of IITs and
IISC, regional colleges and number of private
colleges (pp. 145).

We find that in those states where the


technological development in manufacturing
during these years has been the greatest, the
pay of their factory employees has also been
increased the most. The coefficient of
correlation is +0.6. It does not seem
reasonable to think that this differential
increase in pay to employees is due to any
differential increase in union activities or to
any differential improvement in management.
We therefore think that overall whole state, in
general, the increase in technological
development in manufacturing leads to an
increase in pay to factory employees

According to the American Journal of


Sociology (Vol 65, no.2, September 1959),
We find that in those states where the
technological development in manufacturing
during these years has been the greatest, the
pay of their factory employees has also been
increased the most. The coefficient of
correlation is +0.6. It does not seem
reasonable to think that this differential
increase in pay to employees is due to any
differential increase in union activities or to
any differential improvement in management.
We therefore think that overall whole state, in
general, the increase in technological
development in manufacturing leads to an
increase in pay to factory
employees(pp.129).

A production function is a physical relation


between quantities of inputs and a quantity of
output, without prices, it is like a technical
relation, like an industrial engineering plan. A
production function has a mathematical form
Q= f(K, L, M) where K stands for capital
goods (buildings and equipment), L for

Fred Mosley in Piketty and Marginal


Productivity Theory (2014) states that, the
input and output quantity have some
interconnection among themselves whereby
they are also known as production function
which consists of a series of terms that
represents all the input quantity.

labour, and M for material inputs (and


intermediate inputs in general)

Technology development is much more


evolutionary and much less evolutionary or
breakthrough oriented than most people
imagine. It is important to realize that a series
of evolutionary steps in technology, together
amounting to a large improvement, is just as
revolution point but to finish concrete
instances as a basis for a real understanding of
technology development (pp. 576).

According to Ralph E. Gomory in


Technological Evolutions and Breakthrough
(vol 220), Technology development is much
more
evolutionary
and
much
less
evolutionary or breakthrough oriented than
most people imagine. It is important to realize
that a series of evolutionary steps in
technology, together amounting to a large
improvement, is just as revolution point but to
finish concrete instances as a basis for a real
understanding of technology development
(pp. 576).

Alternative energy technologies like


renewables and other non-hydrocarbon
energy technologies are available but have
so far not made an impact (except for
hydropower and nuclear power). The
move towards renewables and other nonhydrocarbon energy technologies (like fuel
cells) is hindered by small-scale production
(which prevents cost reductions from scale
economies), the fact that they have not
benefited much from learning effects
(despite the progress made in the past) and
the lack of institutional support for these
technologies

As mentioned by Rene Kemp in Technology


and The Transition to Environmental
Sustainability (vol 26 num 10), Alternative
energy technologies like renewables and
other non-hydrocarbon energy technologies
are available but have so far not made an
impact (except for hydropower and nuclear
power). The move towards renewables and
other non-hydrocarbon energy technologies
(like fuel cells) is hindered by small-scale
production (which prevents cost reductions
from scale economies), the fact that they
have not benefited much from learning
effects (despite the progress made in the
past) and the lack of institutional support
for these technologies(pp. 1042).

And We sent down in the Quran such things The Quran has also mentioned And We sent
that have healing and mercy for the believers down in the Quran such things that have
(An-Najm, 17:82)

healing and mercy for the believers (AnNajm, 17:82)

New technologies, global competition, and


increased customer demands are forcing
organizations to reconsider how they can take
advantage of Information Technology (IT)
capabilities to better manage their supply
chains. Traditionally, Supply Chain
Management (SCM) is mainly considered a
process for obtaining and moving goods and
services. Modern aspects focus on strategic
SCM, where supply chains are used as a
means to create competitive advantages and
enhance firm performance (Ketchen et al.,
2008). IT practices and techniques are used to
enable information sharing across supply
chain partners, by integrating both internal
and external business functions. In addition,
the alignment of IT goals and objectives with
strategic SCM can increase efficiency,
productivity, and profitability. In this paper,
we explore the impact of information
technology (IT) on the development of
competitive

According to Catherine Marinagi in Social


and Behavorial Science (vol 147, 2014),
New technologies, global competition, and
increased customer demands are forcing
organizations to reconsider how they can take
advantage of Information Technology (IT)
capabilities to better manage their supply
chains. Traditionally, Supply Chain
Management (SCM) is mainly considered a
process for obtaining and moving goods and
services. Modern aspects focus on strategic
SCM, where supply chains are used as a
means to create competitive advantages and
enhance firm performance (Ketchen et al.,
2008). IT practices and techniques are used to
enable information sharing across supply
chain partners, by integrating both internal
and external business functions. In addition,
the alignment of IT goals and objectives with
strategic SCM can increase efficiency,
productivity, and profitability. In this paper,
we explore the impact of information
technology (IT) on the development of
competitive (pp.587).

Indeed, We (God) offered the Trust to the


heavens and the earth and the mountains and
they declined to bear it and fear it, but man
(undertook to) bear it. Indeed, he was unjust
and ignorant (Al-Ahzab 33:72).

As mentioned in the Quran Indeed, We


(God) offered the Trust to the heavens and the
earth and the mountains and they declined to
bear it and fear it, but man (undertook to) bear
it. Indeed, he was unjust and ignorant (AlAhzab 33:72).