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Relating to or denoting an economy which no longer relies on heavy industry.‘a post-industrial society’
- ‘The book does not stint on references to early tax rebellions in order to emphasize the post-industrial era.’
- ‘The story is the same for other post-industrial economies.’
- ‘Part of the answer lies in the nature of economic growth in the post-industrial era, where less labour than one would like to have, is involved in new wealth creating technologies.’
- ‘In fact, a good number of people are considering them vital to a healthy post-industrial economy, as they take the lowest-paid and most menial jobs.’
- ‘We went from a producer society, to this - the consumer society: post-industrial ideology.’
- ‘However, there are signs that in the post-industrial age unemployment in these countries, too, is rapidly taking on more permanent features.’
- ‘In post-industrial economies population density is further intensified, with ever more immigrants flowing into cities.’
- ‘In post-industrial capitalism, emotion management is commonly performed under economic and business pressures.’
- ‘In our post-industrial age, would this radical government intervention grind capitalism to a halt?’
- ‘The prototypical post-industrial forms of organization are networks, joint ventures, strategic alliances, and virtual organizations.’
- ‘Parents came to accept the need for all children in an advanced- or post-industrial economy to remain in school.’
- ‘The post-industrial economy has created new kinds of low-paid workers for whom the principle of fighting for your rights remains as sound as it ever was.’
- ‘The Salzburg model cities are post-industrial entities - in many cases made by trade, which is now passing them by.’
- ‘A constant process of leapfrogging takes place between industrial and post-industrial economies.’
- ‘But the post-industrial core's economy as a whole will continue to be like an airplane with only one working engine.’
- ‘You are not someone who is a new-age thinker, a post-industrial economist, putting those views.’
- ‘However, the latter growth curve only delinks from the former in a post-industrial economy after having reached a high level of unsustainability.’
- ‘This is the giant unwritten headline of our post-industrial economy.’
- ‘The prominence of these command and control nodes within a global post-industrial economy is increasingly being linked to discourses of economic efficiency.’
- ‘In fact, most of the activity in modern post-industrial economies is in the services sector.’
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