The Role of Higher Education Institutions in Developing Science, Technology and Innovation in Romania
Currently methods and modern techniques of knowledge transmission and changes in the geography of knowledge production are certainly notable. The discoveries made in research institutions in a country of innovators can be used in other parts of the world. Countries should not be indifferent and increase their share of research - the great achievements may have positive economic and academic effects through wide spreading - but should not be afraid of the multiplying discoveries elsewhere. Trans-border scientific collaboration as measured by the volume of publications written by co-authors from different countries has doubled in the last two decades. Undoubtedly more powerful research aspirations of developing countries have eroded long-term dominance of North America, the European Union and Japan.
Volume (Year): 2 (2012)
Issue (Month): Special 1 (May)
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