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Comparative analysis for science, technology and innovation policy : Lessons learned from some selected countries (Brazil, India, China, South Korea and South Africa) for other LDCs like Iran

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Lessons learned from some selected countries (Brazil, India, China, South Korea and South Africa) for other LDCs like Iran

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Salami, Reza; Soltanzadeh, Javad

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Date 2012-03
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Technology Management & Innovation:Vol. 7(No. 1)
Subject Country South Africa(Africa)
Brazil(Americas)
China(Asia and Pacific)
India(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Iran(Middle East)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
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Having recognized the importance of designing Science, Technology and Innovation policies (STIP), many Less Developed Countries (LDCs) such as Iran have nowadays attempt to reshape their STI policies. The policy makers of LDCs like Iran can adopt and design suitable strategies learning from the successful experiences of prosperous nations. This paper performs a comparative analysis of STI policies of some successful countries in managing their technological change. This is mostly due to the fact that the other LDCs can draw valuable lessons from these success stories which in turn can also contribute to success in their own short and long term development. Firstly, the empirical experiences of some successful nations namely (Brazil, India, China, South Africa and South Korea) will be studied. The empirical experience in STI policymaking will be surveyed. (The rest omitted)