Education, Science and Technology in Developing Countries

  • Neslihan Aydogan-Duda
Part of the Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management book series (ITKM, volume 14)


It is no secret that the world is now changing at a rapid pace which is mainly driven by the accumulation of scientific knowledge and technological applications that follow it. However, we also observe that those who are in most need to benefit from innovations do not receive these benefits, i.e., the developing and underdeveloped countries.


Brain Drain Underdeveloped Country Scientific Enterprise Private Market Technology Transfer Office 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Walker Center for Global EntrepreneurshipThunderbird School of Global ManagementGlendaleUSA

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