The Role of Government and Research Institutes in the Planning of Research and Development in Some Central Asian and Caucasian Republics

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GŁneri Akovali, Z. A. Mansūrov
IOS Press, 2000 - Science - 272 pages
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This book gathers views of a group of experts from some Central Asian Republics, (Kazakhistan, Uzbekhistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgizystan, Tajikistan) and from Caucasian Republics, (USA, Russia, CE and Turkey), on the current status and future trends of research and development in Central Asian and Caucasian Republics. Their analysis and evaluation assesses the best existing practice in model countries to identify the right model and strategy for upgrading of research and development in Central Asian and Caucasian Republics. In addition, suggestions are presented for the administrative reorganization of state institutions in order to achieve a more effective interaction and planning of research and development.
 

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Contents

W Brostow
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Survey of the Funding of RD in Germany and the
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On Present Status of Academic Research and Education
51
Planning and Upgrading of R D in Turkey
65
Statewide and Regional Strategies for Planning
83
Contribution of International Bodies to the
97
Recent Developments in Innovation Policy in
127
Small Business and Innovation in
169
The Kazakh National Technical University and its Contribution
185
The Role and the Place of the Innovative Universities in
199
Perspectives of NonGovernmental Research Institutes
205
Problems of Carbide Production Restructure
211
The Roles ofGovernment and Academy of Sciences
225
Perspectives on Development of Polymer ST
247
INDEX
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