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Nanotechnology and Development: What's in it for Emerging Countries? (Anglais) Relié – 28 avril 2014

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Nanotechnology is a generic platform with potential applications in many sectors. It promises to be a motor of economic growth with inclusive development through innovation related to materials, foods, medicines, and so on. This book identifies the nature and magnitude of the nanotechnology divide between high-income countries and the rest of the world. It also studies the determinants of the evolution and functioning of state policy and technology clusters in developed regions like the USA and the EU in order to identify the strategies that can or cannot be replicated elsewhere. Tracing the trajectories in nanotechnology being carved out by four emerging countries: China, India, Brazil and Mexico, it identifies common as well as country-specific factors that influence the rates of return to public and private investment related to nanotechnology in emerging countries. The book also makes policy recommendations to bridge the nanotechnology divide while promoting economic growth and inclusive development.

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Shyama V. Ramani is a Professorial Fellow in the United Nations University, UNU-MERIT in Maastricht, and Professor of Entrepreneurship and the Social Enterprise in Brunel Business School in London. Her work revolves around three core themes: the impact of the national system of innovation on the creation of industrial competence and inclusive development; the use of patent and publications statistics as indicators of competitive position and comparative advantage; and the creation of incentives for cooperation and coordination. Dr Ramani holds a PhD in economics from Cornell University, USA. After the tsunami of December 2004, she founded the non-profit organization 'Friend in Need', an action-research unit which aims to improve sanitation coverage and waste management in rural India. For this work, she was one of the laureates of the 'Women of the Earth' trophy in 2008 awarded by the Institut de France and the Yves Rocher Foundation.

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Helpful to understand sectoral innovation in nanotechnology in emerging economies 22 septembre 2014
Par Dr Anup K Das - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In book "Nanotechnology and Development: What's in it for Emerging Countries?", edited by Shyama V. Ramani, the chapter authors explore critical aspects of nanotechnology development in India and other emerging countries. Some of its sectoral innovations led to India's participation to global knowledge economy. This book divides into four parts, namely, Part I. Introduction to Nanotechnology and Participation of Developing Countries, Part II. Winning and Losing in Nanotech: Case Studies from Developed Countries, Part III. Placing Bets on Nanotech: Case Studies of Emerging Countries, and Part IV. Conclusions. This book includes nine chapters written by senior researchers from different developing countries. Chapters are namely:
1. On nanoscience, nanotechnology, and nanoproducts: why everyone wants to join this game?, by Susan E. Reid, Roger Coronini and Shyama V. Ramani
2. Learning from solyndra: changing paradigms in the US innovation system, by Christopher Newfield and Daryl Boudreaux
3. How is a regional technology cluster created? Insight from the construction of the nanotech cluster in Grenoble, by Dominique Vinck and Shyama V. Ramani
4. Co-patenting networks in nanotechnology: a comparison of South Korea and Germany, by Ad Notten and Shyama V. Ramani
5. Sure bet or mirage? On the Chinese trajectory in nanotechnology, by Can Huang and Yilin Wu
6. Dancing with the scientists or how NST emerged in Brazil, by Nédson Campos
7. NST without NII? The Mexican case study, by Eduardo Robles Belmont and Rebeca de Gortari Rabiela
8. On India's plunge into nanotechnology: what are good ways to catch-up?, by Shyama V. Ramani, Nupur Chowdhury, Roger Coronini and Susan E. Reid
9. Nanotech after biotech in emerging economies: déjà vu or a new form of catching up?, by Shyama V. Ramani and Jorge Niosi.
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