2 edition of Technology and the developing countries. found in the catalog.
Technology and the developing countries.
Jackson, Willis Sir
by University, School of Oriental and African Studies in London
Written in English
|Contributions||University of London. School of Oriental and African Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HC59.7 J3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
With planning and developing infrastructure technology in the Third World countries can have sustainable economic growth. Continuously improving the infrastructure in those countries will also achieve sustainable development in different fields such as schools, factories, and roads, not only in technology (Ng’ang’a, ). 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.
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In doing so, they attempt to answer the question of whether developing countries can adapt to the shifting of the global market from a technology-based economy to an information-based one.
Perhaps because of their background at an academic institution, the Stevens Institute of Technology, the authors rely on a Fisher-Pry model in their analysis. Book Chapter High-Technology Exports and Strategic Trade Policy in Developing Countries The Case of Brazilian Aircraft.
This chapter discusses the empirical and theoretical methods of evaluating strategic trade policies. First, it examines the two types of strategic trade policy that are relevant to the market in which the EMB competes. Comparing High Technology Firms in Developed and Developing Countries: Cluster Growth Initiatives is the leading source of information for readers interested in this field of study as it promotes scientific discussion on policies and practice of cluster growth, as well as covers the emerging research topics which are going to define the future Author: Tomas Gabriel Bas, Jingyuan Zhao.
I cannot see a way out other than massive investment in training and education, and innovation policies that would foster local R&D and the growth of high-tech industries. Developing countries should increasingly become developers and producers of technology, and not simply passive consumers.
Technology and the developing countries. London, University, School of Oriental and African Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Willis Jackson, Sir.; University of London.
School of Oriental Technology and the developing countries. book African Studies. Agriculture in Developing Countries suggests possible solutions to various problems in sustaining productive agriculture The data and the case studies compiled in this book are a step towards achieving the goals of sustainable agriculture and livelihoods for small farmers in /5(2).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chʻoe, Hyŏng-sŏp. Technology development in developing countries. Tokyo: Asian Productivity Organization, Technology Leapfrogging for Developing Countries: /ch Developing countries are generally latecomers to the ICT revolution, but if they can emulate industrialized countries in their adoption of ICTs, they will beCited by: The goal is yet to be achieved.
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.
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.
In eight emerging and developing countries, about nine-in-ten or more own mobile phones, comparable to the 90% of Americans with cell phones. Unlike other technologies, people in sub-Saharan African nations, including Nigeria, Senegal and Ghana, use mobile phones at similar rates to the rest of the emerging and developing world.
This book analyses the process of technology transfer to developing countries in order to provide a basis for the quantifiable modelling of technology assessment, which is regarded as a key element in this process.
The authors also develop some rules of thumb for policy intervention. These include: • Liberal trade policies for all types of countries.
• Temporary encouragement of foreign direct investment inflows for low-income countries. • Licensing for technical transformation and adaptive investments by local firms to apply technologies. 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.
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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. Computers and Informatics in Developing Countries is a collection of papers documenting the conference of the Expert Group on Computers and Informatics for Development which investigates how the international scientific and development community can assist developing countries in using computer and informatics technology to promote progress and.
The objective of 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. Information Technology and Economic Development in Developing Countries: /ch Within last decades, there were very high level of increase of information technology production.
This production successfully speeds up technological changesCited by: 1. 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).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.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 .