Technostructure is a term coined by the economist John Kenneth Galbraith in The New Industrial State (1967) to describe the group of technicians within an enterprise (or an administrative body) with considerable influence and control on its economy. It usually refers to managerial capitalism where the managers and other company leading administrat...
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technostructure 1. A network of controlling technocrats in an organization or society. 2. A group of technologists or technical experts that controls the workings of industry or government. Related 'together' units: com-; greg-; inter-.
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