Telecommunications and Organizational Decentralization

@article{Nilles1975TelecommunicationsAO,
  title={Telecommunications and Organizational Decentralization},
  author={Jack M. Nilles},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Commun.},
  year={1975},
  volume={23},
  pages={1142-1147}
}
  • J. Nilles
  • Published 1 October 1975
  • Economics
  • IEEE Trans. Commun.
In recent years, several phenomena have caused significant pressures on the traditional, centralized urban structure. These phenomena include urban sprawl, separation of business and residential areas and concomitant dependence on transportation, the absence of effective or widespread mass transit, and declining oil reserves with rising energy costs. These conditions have made decentralization more attractive to many large organizations currently located in the central business districts (CBD's… 

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