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Technological self-reliance of the developing countries

United Nations. Industrial Development Organization.

Technological self-reliance of the developing countries

towards optional strategies.

by United Nations. Industrial Development Organization.

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Published by UNIDO .
Written in English


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SeriesDevelopment and transfer of technology series no. 15
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Open LibraryOL21369078M

In developing countries, ahout 68 percent of the urhan population and Ik percent of the rural population are adeqmtely served. The situation with regard to sewage disposal is worse. Only 25 percent of the urhan population in developing countries has access to adequate pit privies or sewage collection and disposal ://   the development process, with economic growth, described as an imperfect proxy for more general welfare, or as a means toward enhanced human development. This debate has broadened the definitions and goals of development but still needs to define the important interrelations between human development (HD) and economic growth (EG)

  How Technology Could Contribute to a Sustainable World 2 society’s future. In a Great Transition society, technology will support and enhance a “good life” for all of its citizens, in both rich and presently poor countries, without compromising the Earth’s ecosystem or the prospects of later generations. A good life Indigenous and Foreign Innovation Efforts and Drivers of Technological Upgrading: Evidence from China. Author links open overlay panel Xiaolan Fu Yundan Gong. Show more. This paper explores the role of indigenous and foreign innovation efforts in technological upgrading in developing countries, taking into account sectoral specificities in

The government plans to increase China’s R&D expenditures from the current level, % of GDP, to % of GDP by ; the U.S. figure today is %. The Handbook for Self-reliance provides UNHCR field-based staff and BOOK 1: WHY SELF-RELIANCE BOOK 2: MAKING SELF-RELIANCE WORK THE TOOLKIT CONTENTS 1 This Handbook is about social and economic self-reliance - developing and strengthening livelihoods of people of concern, and addressing or


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Get this from a library. Technological self-reliance of the developing countries: towards operational strategies. [United Nations Industrial Development Organization.;] Get this from a library. The collective self-reliance of developing countries in the fields of science and technology.

[Slobodan Ristić; United Nations University.] For the purposes of this paper, words are used as follows: Transfer of technology By ‘transfer of technology to developing countries’ I understand ‘getting knowledge that is only in some foreigners’ heads into the heads of one’s own nationals’.

The learning process may well be largely accomplished by buying and studying some piece of imported capital equipment in which the new   The governments of many developing countries recognize the critical importance of local institutions and specialists being able to identify, adapt, and effectively use the S&T achievements of industrialized nations and to develop their own unique technologies.

According to World Bank officials Mobile phones are a clear example of the deep impact of some new technologies. In a clear case of technological leapfrogging, they have given poor people in developing countries access to long-distance communications without the need for costly investments in landlines and other ://   South-South cooperation is a broad framework for collaboration among countries of the South in the political, economic, social, cultural, environmental and technical domains.

Involving two or more developing countries, it can take place on a bilateral, regional, subregional or interregional About South-South and Triangular Cooperation; About UNOSSC foster the self-reliance of developing countries by enhancing their creative capacity to find solutions to their development problems in keeping with their own aspirations, values and specif needs; create and strengthen existing technological capacities in the developing   By Wim Naudé & Adam Szirmai What is the relationship between technological innovation, entrepreneurship and development.

Is it better for developing countries to adapt existing technologies from richer countries rather than undertake or promote intensive research and development (R&D) of their own. Novelty and New Gadgets Technologies are ‘rules and ideas that direct the [ ]   Technological change, particularly in developing countries, is not only about innovating at the frontier, but also about adapting existing products and processes to 7.

Transfer and self-reliance in iron and steel technology. Pre-conditions Failure and recovery of the Kamaishi ironworks Failure at the Yawata ironworks Technological independence and dependence on foreign raw materials Formation of a skilled labour force Iron manufacturing technology and weapons self-reliance Technological Capability in the Third World.

Editors (view affiliations) Martin Fransman; Kenneth King; Book. Technological Self-reliance: Sturdy Ideal or Self-serving Rhetoric. Ronald Dore. ‘Learning’ and the Accumulation of Industrial Technological Capacity in Developing Countries   The effect of foreign aid on economic growth in developing countries E.

Ekanayake Bethune-Cookman University Dasha Chatrna University of Florida Abstract This paper analyzes the effects of foreign aid on the economic growth of developing countries. The study uses annual data on a group of 85 developing countries covering Asia,   94 Other measures concerning developing countries in the WTO agreements include: • extra timefor developing countries to fulfil their commitments (in many of the WTO agreements) • provisions designed to increase developing countries’ trading opportunities through greater market access (e.g.

in textiles, services, technical barriers to trade) That has to be the key-note in the drive for higher productivity and technological self-reliance. MOTIVATION: In western countries, industrial development has materialized organically over a period of time and enlightened management concepts, advanced professional skills and healthy industrial traditions are now well   Technological Capability in the Third World It seems that you're in USA.

We have a dedicated site Technological Self-reliance: Sturdy Ideal or Self-serving Rhetoric. ‘Learning’ and the Accumulation of Industrial Technological Capacity in Developing ://   that developing countries face many generic and specific obstacles in implementing tax systems that can meet their unique needs and that will also finance the necessary level of public spending in the most efficient way.6 Developing countries would like to increase 2 Richard M.

Bird, Tax Policy and Economic Development (Baltimore: John Hopkins International Day for South-South Cooperation 12 management and technological systems as well as other forms of support. foster the self-reliance of developing countries by enhancing their Countries around the world, especially the developing ones, have paid a very high cost on environmental pollution and climate change, which in turn will affect the social and economic activities   In this prodigiously researched book, Emanuel Adler addresses the hotly contested issue of how developing nations can emerge from the economic and technological tutelage of the developed world.

Is the dependence of Third World countries on multinational corporations—especially in the realm of high technology—a permanent fixture of an inherently unequal relationship. The Break with China and Self-Reliance Albania Table of Contents Albanian-Chinese relations had stagnated byand when the Asian superpower began to reemerge from isolation in the early s, Mao and the other Chinese leaders reassessed their commitment to tiny.

2 THE DYNAMICS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Approachestodevelopment In discussions of development issues two general approaches can be distin-guished(seeMyint,): 1. The fight against poverty This approach focuses on the problems of widespread poverty, hunger and misery in developing countries and • The world average inwasbut in some developing countries, it can be as high as 50 per thousand.

• The high crude birth rates in developing countries tend to be transformed into high dependency ratios. • The high crude birth rate means that there are a lot of young people under the age of 15 in developing ://   Processes of technological change in developing countries.

There is a sense in which science and technology rather dropped from the development agenda in the s and s, only to re-emerge from the s (e.g.

African Union ; Leach and Scoones ).But in terms of development research (judged by publications in development journals 1) and development practice (judged by