6 edition of Supporting the Development of R&D and the Innovation Potential of Post-Socialist Countries found in the catalog.
by IOS Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||175|
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"This book is one of the outcomes of the NATO Advanced Training Course (ATC) 'Supporting the development of R & D and the Innovation Potential of Post Socialist Countries'; held in Yerevan, Armenia on April "--Page v.
"Published in cooperation with NATO Scientic Affairs Division." Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Get this from a library. Supporting the development of R & D and the innovation potential of post-socialist countries. [Walter Leal Filho;] -- The course was called to address problems created by a general lack of skills in research and development, a lack of local expertise on information and technology transfer, and a lack of experience.
The book aims at documenting the experiences from NATO countries and Caucasian and neighbouring post-socialist countries, via inputs by experts who are involved in innovation activity including R&D in science and technology development, especially those active in terms of technology transfer and implementation plus the development of innovation infrastructure.
Supporting the Development of R&D and the Innovation Potential of Post-socialist Countries. Pub. date April Editor Leal Filho, W.D.S. Volume 42 Prospects of Integration and Development of R&D and the Innovation Potential of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Countries The aim of the book is to underline that the countries of.
Promotion and support of innovation infrastructure: examples from the City of Hamburg. Supporting the Development of R&D and the Innovation Potential of Post-Socialist Countries. : Walter Leal Filho. In the paper evaluation of research and development efficiency change in EU28 countries between and The authors used the non-radial and non-oriented Malmquist index of available R&D.
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Despite decades of efforts to achieve gender equality in research and innovation (R&I), all EU member states still face remarkable difficulties in driving forward the development of their innovation system while at the same time improving gender equality by using all the available research : Clemens Striebing, Evanthia Kalpazidou Schmidt, Rachel Palmén, Florian Holzinger, Florian Holzinger.
In the EECA region, Russia presents the highest R&D quota (% in ), although it grew even further in Russian R&D allocation inexpressed in purchasing power parity, corresponded roughly to the R&D allocations of Canada, India or Italy (HSE ).In Russia, like in the other EECA countries, R&D is largely funded from the state budget, and the Cited by: 4.
This paper analyses the role of S&T policy in the adjustment and restructuring of Russian S&T system in the post-Soviet period. The principal argument is that the adjustment of S&T system in Russia has been evolving between ‘preservation of S&T potential’, its restructuring, and survival strategies developed by researchers and R&D by: Innovation Policy: A Guide for Developing Countries Box A Brief History of Innovation Policy in OECD Countries In the first part of the 20th century, innovation policy as such did not truly exist.
Abstract. In the arena of EU regional development, Cohesion Policy and Innovation Policy are converging into a common economic strategy. Nevertheless, a scholarly debate surrounding the theoretical incompatibilities between the two is especially relevant to Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), where the majority of regions are beneficiaries of Cohesion Policy Author: Bradley Loewen, Sebastian Schulz.
The impact of implementation of cohesion policy on the sustainable development of EU countries is of great interest and presents a number of actual challenges. This research aims to evaluate the impact and the effects of the cohesion policy among the Member States using hierarchical clustering analysis in order to identify how the selected variables affect the sustainable Cited by: 1.
Many of the countries on this list are proof of that, such as Denmark and Finland. Even though both countries are more socialistic than America, the workforce remains stronger." Top 10 Most Socialist Countries in the World – Peerform Blog [ ].
Our scenarios highlight the vast carbon sequestration potential on these abandoned farmland, similar to other post-socialist countries (Vuichard et alKuemmerle et al ).
Because spontaneous forest development is unlikely for many degraded areas, reforestation and afforestation of abandoned farmland could be an attractive land use in Cited by: Co-author of United Nations Economic Commission for Europe () Innovation for sustainable development review of Belarus, UN, NY and ble at: Contributing author to report Matusiak M., Kleibrink A.
(ed.), Supporting an Innovation Agenda for the Western Balkans: Tools and Methodologies, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg. Skanavis, C.,"Examples of International Co-operation in Technology Transfer and Education in Greece", in Supporting the Development of R&D and the Innovation Potential of Post-Socialist Countries, NATO Science Series, Science V: Science and Technology Policy, IOS Press.
This book provides an assessment of the evolution and dynamics of regional innovation systems (RISs) and the economic and social impact of resulting knowledge spillovers, presenting comparative case studies on the regions of several Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries (Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania and Estonia).
NRMs were established in post-socialist countries, with exceptional work being done in Bulgaria, Ukraine and Macedonia, for example. The NRM in Bulgaria, set up at the level of the Council of Ministers to involve all ministries, as well as NGOs in Bulgaria, was among the first the follow closely the concepts of both the NRM and the TRM.
TÁRKI EUROPEAN SOCIAL REPORT Europe, the British Isles, Scandinavia, the post-socialist countries and Continental Europe).4 The primary aim of our analysis is to reveal the extent to which. Session Dynamics of urban and regional development 4 (Room 2B) Session Neoliberalism and economic governance 1 (Room 2C) Session Poverty in context: questions, debates, and policy challenges (Room A) Session Innovation and knowledge dynamics 4 (Room B) Session Informational economies (Room C).Chapter 1 Creativity and Innovation under the Command of Capital (pages 12–36): Chapter 2 Creative Cities as a New Urban Growth Ideology (pages 37–91): Chapter 3 Innovation and Knowledge Networks in a Metropolitan Region (pages 92–): Chapter 4 Creativity in the Culture and Media Industries (pages –).words, the book attempts to evaluate the interplay of the global and regional–international forces with the internal local and national forces of political and economic transition, in shaping the transformation of cities in the former socialist countries in Central and Eastern Europe.
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