2 edition of Science & technology in Latin America and the Caribbean found in the catalog.
Science & technology in Latin America and the Caribbean
Includes bibliographical references (p. 86).
|Other titles||Science and technology in Latin America and the Caribbean|
|Statement||[compiled by Penelope Gobel].|
|LC Classifications||Q127.L38 G63 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||97133469|
INGSA Latin America and Caribbean In late June , INGSA hosted a highly successful workshop in Buenos Aires on enhancing capacities for science advice to policymakers in South America. INGSA was also proud to announce the foundation of an INGSA Latin America Chapter that will continue to assist development of evidence-informed policy. Benchmarking countries - Latin America and the Caribbean The ASTI benchmarking tool enables cross-country comparisons and rankings of key agricultural R&D spending and capacity indicators. Read More titled Benchmarking countries - Latin America and the Caribbean.
Founded in , the Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CJLACS) publishes distinguished research and debates on Latin America and the CJLACS makes an important contribution to furthering knowledge about these regions in Canada and around the world. It offers scholars, graduate students, and independent researchers a . It is also consistent with the findings of a recent World Bank study: “At a Crossroads: Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean”, which found that some Chilean technicians with a two-year degree in select fields, such as arts, science, and technology, have education returns that are only slightly lower than those of.
In , the world's first UNESCO Centre for Scientific Co-operation was established: the Regional Bureau for Science and Technology for Latin America and the Caribbean, based in Montevideo. About UNESCO. UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN Peru New York and Geneva, Human resources indicators for science, technology and innovation for Latin America, Expenditure on Scientific and Technological Activities (STA) in millions of File Size: 6MB.
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Combining work by critics from Latin America, the USA, and Europe, Latin American Science Fiction: Theory and Practice is the first anthology of articles in English to examine science fiction in all of Latin America, from Mexico and the Caribbean to Brazil and the Southern : M.
Ginway. The advent of the knowledge society has highlighted the growing importance of innovation and intellectual assets as sources of competitiveness and long-term economic growth.
This book examines human capital and financial inputs into innovation systems, scientific and innovation outputs, innovative behavior by firms, the links between changes in economic structure.
In keeping with its predecessor, “Education, Science and Technology in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Statistical Compendium,” published in.
Science, Technology, and Innovation in Latin America and the Caribbean | A Statistical Compendium of Indicators. Figure 35 Decomposition of Productivity Growth, from (or Earliest Available. Technology in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Statistical Compendium,” published in by the IDB, an effort has been made to present meaningfully benchmarked LAC indicators by providing information on OECD countries or other relevant.
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1, National Science, Technology and Innovation Systems in LAC, G.A. Lemarchand (editor), pp, UNESCO, Montevideo, Cited by: 2. The RSP reflects an assessment of the situation in the region made by the States Parties to the Regional Cooperation Agreement for the Promotion of Nuclear Science and Technology in Latin America and the Caribbean (ARCAL).
It identifies the most pressing needs that can be addressed through nuclear technology. A third efforts indicator that illustrates the gap between studied countries and the Latin American average relates to the number of researchers engaged in science and technology activities per thousand inhabitants.
Central American countries, excepting Costa Rica and Panama, are below the Latin American average ().Cited by: Related Regions: Latin America and the Caribbean. Related Countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico.
Related Topics: Information and Communication Technologies, Private Sector Development, Science and Technology Development. Get this from a library. Science and technology for sustainable development: a Latin American and Caribbean perspective.
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The Systematic surveys have been restructured. New profiles of Latin American countries and major issues are also covered. This approach will help geographers visit the dynamic people and places of Latin America.1/5(1). UNESCO’s Regional Bureau for Science in Latin America and the Caribbean is based in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Sinceit has been carrying out a consultative process with a view to establishing a Regional Strategic Action Plan in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy for Latin America and the Caribbean. We began this book with a simple goal— to assemble a collection of readings for an undergraduate interdisciplinary course taught by one of us (AR) at Macalester College.
This course explored environmental problems and solutions in Latin America and the Caribbean using both natural science and social science methods. After a literature search failed to. The Latin American-Science Policy Information Network (SPIN) is the GO-SPIN prototype. It is a freely accessible information system, covering Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), that is regularly updated with information on the science, technology and innovation (STI) systems of the 33 countries in the region.
What is CILAC. The Latin America and the Caribbean Open Science Forum has construed itself as a key regional space for debates and exchanges and is organized every two years, alternating in distinct cities throughout the region. CILAC promotes sustainable policies throughout science, tecnology and innovation.
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