2 edition of Science and technology in the developing countries found in the catalog.
Science and technology in the developing countries
by Forschungsstelle Gottstein in der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft in München
Written in English
|Statement||Hari Hara Das ; preface by Klaus Gottstein.|
|LC Classifications||Q127.2 .D27 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 58 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||89147396|
In developing countries, traditional fishermen are important food contributors, yet technological information and development assistance to third-world nations often focuses on agriculture and industrial fishing, without addressing the needs of independent, small-scale fishermen. This book explores technological considerations of small-scale, primitive fishing technologies, and describes. Science & Technology Collaboration: Building Capacity in Developing Countries? The research described in this report was performed under the auspices of RAND's Science and Technology unit. This report is part of the RAND Corporation monograph report by: 2.
A planned strategy of engagement, in order to benefit from, and contribute to Western science and technology, should be the major focus of science and technology policy in the Third World. What is needed is a strategy of vigorous and innovative engagement which will be based on an open approach to Western science and technology, a dynamic model of science-development Author: Muhammad Shahidullah. "Information Society, Digital Divide, and E-Governance in Developing Countries." In Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Third Edition. edited by Mehdi Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A., Cited by: 2.
This week we will be looking at the impact of information technology on developing countries and considering perspectives on whether technology will make a positive or negative contribution. We will look at examples of technology application and consider what might be necessary for technology to contribute positively. If technology is to be focused on development in ways. Role of science and technology in developing countries. London, New York, Published for the International Council of Scientific Unions by Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Graham Jones; .
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Science and Technology in a Developing World (Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook) the policy soon extended to some developing countries in Asia and Latin America.
In response, the USSR gradually initiated development programs for newly independent nations in Asia and Africa. In this context, super power rivalry operated in the South to (i Format: Hardcover.
Role of Science and Technology in Developing Countries Paperback – January 1, by Graham Jones (Author)Cited by: block possible Soviet expansion by mobilizing European "democracies", the policy soon extended to some developing countries in Asia and Latin America.
In response, the USSR gradually initiated development programs for newly independent nations in Asia and Africa. In this context, super power. block possible Soviet expansion by mobilizing European "democracies", the policy soon extended to some developing countries in Asia and Latin America.
In response, the USSR gradually initiated development programs for newly independent nations in Asia and Africa. Science, Technology, Innovation, and Economic Growth in Arab Countries explores fresh approaches to STI policy formulation and implementation in the region, with applications to developing countries elsewhere.
Developing useful contexts for studying Arab policies about science, technology, and innovation requires trustworthy data and judgment. The Role of Science and Technology in Developing Countries Graham Jones, Graham A. Jones International Council of Scientific Unions, - Developing countries - pages.
An Overview of Science and Technology in Developing Countries - Innovations of Science - Tariq Mahmood - Research Paper (postgraduate) - History - Asia - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay. The book puts emphasis on the role of technologists and scientists in promoting development, such as in the fields of biology and medicine.
The text notes the emergence of socio-economic problems in the sector of food and agriculture and how these problems can be solved by the application of agricultural Edition: 1. Technology changes were more important than changes in capital and labor during the growth of US economy in the first half of the century In the 's and 's a full 20% of US economic growth stemmed from research and development Using science and technology % of the labor force in the north are in food production.
The Internet and other advances in communication technology have helped make the spreading of globalization even quicker. For developing countries, access to technology can have many benefits — one such improvement being the boost of a nation’s economy.
Other ways that technology is helping economies in developing countries include reducing the costs of production.
Description. Advancements in technological innovation and adoption impact modern organizations on an increasingly global level. There is now a continual need for research on recent developments and future considerations that promote the successful management of knowledge, ideas, and practice among developed and developing nations.
Strengthening Science and Technology in the Developing World Phillip A. Griffiths Director, Institute for Advanced Study Chair, Science Initiative Group Sigma Xi Forum and Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California Novem Summary Outline.
Development challenges • The gap between rich and poor countries is widening, not closing. •File Size: KB. Science, technology and innovation (STI) are key drivers of economic and social development.
The experience of successful developing countries shows that STI policies that are well integrated into national development strategies and combined with institutional and organizational changes can help raise productivity, improve firm competitiveness, support faster growth and create jobs.
This chapter describes the role of science and technology policy in technological change in developing countries. To cope with such complex problems, a national policy is needed to build up the Science and Technology System (STS) and ensure that the STS is part and parcel of the Development Plan.
This book contains the proceedings of a conference, held at the American University of Beirut in December,at which the problems and possibilities of planning the development and application of modern science and technology in developing countries were discussed, with particular reference to the Arab World and Turkey.
In these countries special problems arise from the combination of an Cited by: 1. Book: The role of science and technology in developing countries + pp. Abstract: The work is the result of a study sponsored by the International Council of Scientific Unions and carried out under the direction of Lord Blackett, who contributes the by: Modern Science and Technology and the Challenges of Third World Countries We live in a highly sophisticated world where everything is almost achievable.
There would probably have been no changes between the world of today and that of three centuries ago if necessity and serendipitous discoveries had not driven men to achieve great things. Suggested Citation:"3 Strengthening the Science and Technology Capacity of Developing Countries." National Research Council.
The Fundamental Role of Science and Technology in International Development: An Imperative for the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Science, Technology and Innovation noted, innovation and technology are needed to transform countries from reliance on the exploitation of natural resources to technological innovation. A developing country's choice of an appropriate technology from among those available for use in a particular industry is critical: alternative technological strategies that involve varying mixes of capital, labor, and social costs could have significantly different impacts not only on the industry but also on the country itself, especially one whose industrial base is restricted.
This book. 1 Globalization of Science and Technology “There is no national science just as there is no national multiplication table.” 1 Anton Chekhov () While globalization of science is by no means a new phenomenon, the 21st century science and technology (S&T) enterprise is more geographically distributed, more interconnected, and more dynamic than ever before.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Science and technology in developing countries.
Paris: UNESCO, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication.Main Science and Technology Indicators, Volume Issue 2 This biannual publication provides a set of indicators that reflect the level and structure of the efforts undertaken by OECD member countries and seven non-member economies (Argentina, China, Romania.