Computer Socialism

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M. Krivý:

“Czech émigré Eugen Loebl (1971: 300), for example, drew a contrast between humane economics, or what he called humanomics (in a 1976 book of that name), and computer imperialism, ‘an integrated computer system which will tie the central computer of each Eastern European country to a single giant computer complex in Moscow’.”


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* Article: Computer Socialism. Eugen Loebl. Studies in Soviet Thought Vol. 11, No. 4 (1971) , pp. 294-300