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dc.coverage.spatialNew York
dc.creatorMytelka, Lynn K
dc.creatorRicupero, Rubens
dc.date.accessioned2017-03-06T17:10:48Z
dc.date.available2017-03-06T17:10:48Z
dc.date.issued1998
dc.identifier.isbn92-1-112443-3
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10533/171578
dc.description.abstractThis issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.This issue of the ATAS Bulletin has benefited from the assistance and cooperation of a wide circle of persons from many countries of the world representing various professions and cultures. The contributions which make up this volume were submitted to UNCTAD on a voluntarily basis by authors from different backgrounds, sorne of whom are practitioners involved in specific activities related to the development of science and technology, technological capacity-building and innovation in their respective countries. Moreover, experts or scholars associated with centres of learning, including Govemment and intemational organizations, also contributed to this volume in their personal capacity.
dc.language.isoing
dc.titleNew Approaches To Science And Technology Cooperation And Capacity Building
dc.typeLibro
dc.country.isousa
dc.description.pages420
dc.subject.materiaCooperación
dc.identifier.clasificacion1753
dc.type.monografiaMonografía


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