3 edition of Choice and management of technology in developing countries found in the catalog.
Choice and management of technology in developing countries
1986 by World Bank, Projects Policy Dept., Environment, Science and Technology Unit in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Mario Kamenetzky, Robert Maybury and Charles Weiss, Jr.|
|Contributions||Kamenetzky, Mario., Maybury, Robert., Weiss, Charles., World Bank. Projects Policy Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
Some may argue that we still haven’t solved the dilemma of how to provide basic care on a global scale, but I believe that the two don’t need to be sequential. In actuality there are many scenarios in medicine where having a technology available is in fact necessary for the basic management of : Varun Verma, MD. Innovation, Employment and Skills in Advanced and Developing Countries: A Survey of the Literature* This paper critically discusses the theoretical and empirical literature on the quantitative and qualitative employment impact of technological change, . As developed countries continue to progress in the field of technology, developing nations are falling behind. However, access to the Internet is improving. Google has recently invested $1 billion in satellites to provide Internet access to people in developing countries. Along with Internet acess, businesses are also investing in mobile. Pushing the frontiers of the new development paradigm, this book guides debates, clarifies new themes and illustrates how the cultural resources of the developing world can become a new way of integrating into the global economy - helping to raise the voices of developing countries, widening the range of creative choices and promoting cultural.
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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. Management of Technological Innovation in Developing and Developed Countries. Edited by: Hongyi Sun. ISBNPDF ISBNPublished It is widely accepted that technology is one of the forces driving economic by: 5.
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Economics of New Technology in Developing CountriesFormat: Hardcover. ADVERTISEMENTS: Choice of Techniques of Production in Developing Countries. Countries: A choice between alternative techniques of production is a major problem in the planning for developing countries.
This is because a particular choice of technique of production affects not only the magnitude of employment but also the rate of economic growth. Municipal Solid Waste Energy Conversion in Emerging Countries: Technologies, Best Practices, Choice and management of technology in developing countries book and Policy presents contributions from authors from India, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, South Africa and China who come together to present the most reliable technologies for the energy conversion of municipal solid waste.
The book Book Edition: 1. Appropriate technology is a movement (and its manifestations) encompassing technological choice and application that is small-scale, affordable by locals, decentralized, labor-intensive, energy-efficient, environmentally sound, and locally autonomous.
It was originally articulated as intermediate technology by the economist Ernst Friedrich "Fritz" Schumacher in his work Small. Originally published inthis book analyses the extent and way in which technological change determines the utilisation of labour in less developed economies.
The book compares firms which are technologically very advanced with firms which use less sophisticated machinery and equipment, and analyses how technology shapes their demand for.
Wells, L. T., Jr. The Choice of Technology in Developing Countries: Some Cautionary Tales. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, Center for International Affairs, Information Technology and Economic Development in Developing Countries: /ch Within last decades, there were very high level of increase of information technology production.
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This study investigates the role of cultural differences andCited by: 3. The present study aims to evaluate the impact of information and communication technology (ICT) on the economic growth of selected developing countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region by using a panel Generalized Method of Moment (GMM) growth model Choice and management of technology in developing countries book the period – The results extracted from the Cited by: 8.
A new framework for assessing the role of information and communication technologies in development that draws on Amartya Sen's capabilities approach. Information and communication technologies (ICTs)—especially the Internet and the mobile phone—have changed the lives of people all over the world.
These changes affect not just the affluent populations of income-rich. Innovation, management and diffusion of technology / Manas Chatterji --Technology transfer, adaptation and generation: a framework for evaluation / Raphael Kaplinsky --Analytical perspectives on technology transfer / Berit Aasen [and others] --The development of technologicaland managerial capability in the developing countries / Nit.
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Educational Technology for Developing Countries ALAN M. LESGOLD Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh For developing countries, as for all others, technology, especially informa- tion technology, is a tempting way to raise productivity.
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Rondinelli, D. Why development projects fail: problems of project management in developing countries. Project Management Quarterly, 7 (1), 10– Dennis A. Rondinelli, a Senior Fellow at the Technology and Development Institute of the East-West Center in Honolulu, has served on the faculties of the University of Wisconsin and.
First things first: meeting basic human needs in the developing countries (English) Abstract. In this book the author answers critics of the basic needs approach to economic development.
Based on the actual experience of various countries, the book distills World Bank studies of the operational implications of meeting basic by: Agriculture in Developing Countries: Technology Issues presents an experimental approach of testing new possibilities and combinations to match the changes taking place in the agricultural production environment of developing countries.
While emphasizing the importance of combining scientific and indigenous knowledge, this book argues that sustained agricultural development. 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.
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The patterns of choice in training and contracts in the labor market more apparent in developing and transition countries are discussed, as are the information-theoretic results. The book also critically examines labor migration, a context in which the developing and transition countries represent large sources in the present global order.
The Technological Dependence of Developing Countries by SURENDRA J. PATEL* I N less than two centuries the process of industrialisation has spread from a tiny triangle in Britain to nearly 25 per cent of the world population. But it has so far largely by-passed the Third World, including China and socialist East Asia, and the southern periphery ofCited by: the gaps regarding management of emerging technology at the university focus of the case study with respect to universities in countries with greater recognition and legacy; finally, section five presents recommendations for improvement aimed at closing the gaps in developing countries as well as suggestions for further research.
rates of the developing countries. The evidence presented in this research also supports the contention that developing countries’ lack of access to technology and other infrastructure has contributed to their lag behind the new technology development.
Keywords: Developing Countries, Digital Age, Technology Changes, Impact 1. Developing Country Perspectives 17 Modern Agricultural Biotechnology and Developing Country Food Security Per Pinstrup-Andersen IFPRI, Washington DC, USA Marc J.
Cohen IFPRI, Washington DC, USA1 State of World Food Insecurity Agricultural Development Crucial for Food Security Agricultural Biotechnology and Food Security Future Harvest Cited by: 8. Technology and Technological Diffusion in Developing Countries 2 Technological progress—improvements in the techniques (including firm organization) by which goods and services are produced, mar-keted, and brought to market—is at the heart of human progress and development.
At the national level, technological progress canFile Size: 1MB. 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. This idea suggests that technology must be tailored to the unique situations present in the countries to which it is brought. How the technology is distributed and used strongly depends on the skills and consumption needs of the country's people, and especially the poor, since they constitute the majority of the population in low-income nations.
This paper explores the strategies pursued by the firms in the Developing Countries to cope with technological dependence. It is proposed that the firms in the Developing Countries are showing trends toward developing an organizational infrastructure to facilitate technological innovations in order to reduce their technological dependence to the foreign Cited by: 1.
COMPARATIVE STUDY LESSONS LEARNT FROM 16 DEVELOPING AND DEVELOPED COUNTRIES Introduction Performance management has raised much interest among the public financial management community and government officials during the last fifteen years.
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government of developing countries attract foreign companies in order to bring new technologies to country but these foreign companies in turn either acquire local companies or merge with them, thus keeping the country away from new technology and manufacturing abilities.
Technology Transfer book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book identifies the major factors responsible for effective trans 4/5(1). The field of library and information science is experiencing significant and continued transformation as a result of advancements in digital technology.
Adapting to new technologies is crucial for librarians and other information professionals, but there exists a particularly acute gap in technology adoption among developing : IGI Global. In developing countries, even the smallest level of such “investment” can be enough to unblock a business, freeing it to rise to the next level.
Related: What Surprised Me Most As a Social Author: Elizabeth Schaeffer Brown. Nuclear proliferation is the global spread of nuclear weapons and technology. At the end of World War II, the spread of nuclear weapons was happening at an accelerated rate.
Countries like the Soviet Union, United Kingdom, France, and China were developing nuclear weapons against the wishes of the United States. World Pdf, Vol. Z, No. 3, March pdf, pp. The Choice of Technology, Economic Efficiency and Employment in Developing Countries* JAMES PICKETT, D.
J. C. FORSYTH and N. S. McBAIN David Livingstone Institute of Overseas Development Studies, University of Strathclyde This paper comprises a bald presentation of some results of an enquiry into the Cited by: The adoption of technology by developing countries has had profound effects on their economies, such as reducing the national costs of production, establishing standards for quality, and allowing individuals to communication from a distance.
Unfortunately, the current process remains one of adaptation, rather than innovation.The objective ebook this book is to present the problems and possibilities of transferring technology from the developed countries to the developing countries to raise their standard of living.
It develops the conceptual issues, legal ramifications, empirical testing of mathematical models and case studies of different industries in many countries.