Employment and the Transfer of Technology by Prof. Dr. Rudolf Henn, Ministerpräsident Dr. h.c. Lothar
By Prof. Dr. Rudolf Henn, Ministerpräsident Dr. h.c. Lothar Späth, Prof. Dr. Hermann Lübbe, Prof. Dr. Gerhard Krüger (auth.)
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One should not, however, jump to the faulty conclusion that the possibilities of information technology providing rapid and cheap procuring, distribution and filing of information are in themselves primarily responsible for giving rise to the snowballing expansion of information, namely, the information inundation in modem society, the control of which becomes more and more problematic at all levels of the human community. Our highly complex and meanwhile planetarily expanded total economy, with the worldwide social interdependencies attaching thereto, can only be balanced by an increase and differentiation of information.
The cultural acceptance of this differentiated outcome of a realized principle of equality remains by far the most important requirement. Whoever still discredits this differentiated outcome of challenge and achievement has not under- . stood the sociopolitical implications of this process at all. One grasps them if one for example would envisage the outcomes of a distribution of income of mass education. Indeed, the expansion of our student population has resulted in a drastic extension of the circle of those employees who can be happy today about their academic wages which include a splendid starting level of "A 13" in the public services.
This strategy includes many substantial items, yet even the little things can contribute to its success - such as restoration of the old flexible salary system for university professors and thereby promoting scientists of extraordinary quality; granting additional funds based strictly on a rigid graduated pay scale would be thoroughly counter-productive here. Additionally, here it is also true that the material aspect is incomparably less important than the aspect of due recognition. To exemplifY, once again, this connection to the idea of private universities brings to mind the fact that the particular political party which currently favors this idea, in the late 1960s and early 1970s under the banner of the fight against the so-called common university, in a special way, contributed most to destroying the atmosphere of recognized excellence without which an elite can not thrive in any institution.