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Strategies for the scientific progress of the developing countries in the new millennium : The Case of Serbia in comparison with Slovenia and South Korea

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  • Strategies for the scientific progress of the developing countries in the new millennium
  • Uskoković, Vuk; Ševkušić, Milica; Uskoković, Dragan P.
  • Chapman University


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Title Strategies for the scientific progress of the developing countries in the new millennium
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The Case of Serbia in comparison with Slovenia and South Korea

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Uskoković, Vuk; Ševkušić, Milica; Uskoković, Dragan P.

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[Orange]:Chapman University

Date 2010-08
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Chapman University Digital Commons:vol. 6(no. 1)
Pages 32
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Serbia(Europe)
Slovenia(Europe)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Industry and Technology < Others
Holding Chapman University

Abstract

The underlying premise of this essay is the hypothesis that quality and significance of scientific research in any given society could be used as mirrors reflecting its true prosperity. By comparing the two cases of comparatively prosperous scientific management of South Korea and Slovenia, with the example of Serbia, illustrating the poor scientific and industrial productivity typically faced by the developing countries, a few general guidelines for the evolution of a society towards higher scientific and social prominence are outlined. It is argued that the most favourable pattern of growth should be based on the parallel progress in control of scientific policies on one side and the excellence of scientific and basic education on the other. The “leapfrog” tactics, according to which the less developed countries should learn from the natural cycle of alternate progressions and regressions that the developed countries experience, is especially highlighted. (The rest omitted)