La Gestión Tecnológica en América Latina. Un Desafío Inconcluso
AbstractArticle in Spanish Latin America it is inserted in an environment principally unfair that have effect in the production of science and technology, hence in the technology management. In this corner of the continent, it exist trends to compare to more industrialized countries, such as the ones of the north hemisphere (USA, Canada and European countries) in technology and innovation issues, nevertheless, the origin and the development of it depend on key factors that mark the differences. It must be consider that a well made technology management is based in the local production through State public policies, that boost the development of technology at long term and that Hill be suitable for each country reality. Good technology managers are not useful, if does not exist the necessary conditions for innovation production and development of cutting edge technology inside the country. For this, it is required tools that allow a technology platform and this way a technology.
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Bas, T. G. (2006). La Gestión Tecnológica en América Latina. Un Desafío Inconcluso. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 1(4), 1-6. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/edi4
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