Science, Technology, and Higher Education : Governance Approaches on Social Inclusion and Sustainability in Latin America / edited by Luis Antonio Orozco, Gonzalo Ordóñez-Matamoros, Jaime Humberto Sierra-González, Javier García-Estévez, Isabel Bortagaray.

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  • 1st ed. 2021.
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  • Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan 2021
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XX, 352 p. 47 illus., 38 illus. in color. online resource.
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  • 9783030807207
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  • Bibliography -- 4 Community-Based Innovation Ecosystems in Peace-Building and Resilience Contexts -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Conceptual and Theoretical Framework -- 4.2.1 Innovation, Territory, and Peace-building -- 4.2.2 Towards an Innovation Ecology -- 4.2.3 Community-Based Innovation Ecosystems -- 4.3 Methodology -- 4.4 Community-Based Innovation Ecosystem of the Guajuí River Territory -- 4.4.1 Dynamics of the Community-Based Innovation Ecosystem -- 4.4.2 Constraints and Opportunities of the Community-Based Innovation Ecosystem.
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  • 1. Introduction. Science, Technology and Innovation Governance for Social Inclusion and Sustainable Development in Latin America -- PART 1. CASES ON STI CAPACITIES FOR INCLUSION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT -- 2. Relevance of Science, Technology and Innovation Diplomacy for STI Capacity Building in Central America: the cases of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras -- 3. Transdisciplinary Citizen Science connect the two Caribbean Hope Spots of Colombia to improve the effectiveness of coral reefs conservation -- 4. Community-Based Innovation Ecosystems in Peace-building and Resilience Contexts.-5. Local economic development and the Colombian strategy for a sustainable and inclusive bioeconomy -- 6. Sharing economies and digital platforms: Between access and social inclusion in Colombia -- PART 2. CASES ON HIGHER EDUCATION AS AN AGENT FOR STI GOVERNANCE -- 7.Developing transformative innovation through policy experimentation in two Colombian Universities -- 8. Cauca’s higher education institutions and their science and inclusion contribution for territorial peace building -- 9. A classification model to analyze inclusion in higher education systems: an approximation from contingency theory -- 10. Methodology for the governance and management of the university as a complex adaptive system based on the three missions: research, education and connecting with its surroundings -- 11. Science, Technology, Innovation and inclusive development: A country comparison between Colombia and Mexico.
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  • This volume explores the governance and management of science, technology, and innovation (STI) in relation to social inclusion and sustainability, highlighting its goal, challenges, and opportunities. Divided into two sections, it addresses the goals and institutional arrangements around sustainable development in the context of Latin American countries as well as the challenges of developing absorptive STI capacities for inclusion in the higher education institutions and systems. The chapters tackle the important role of citizen science, science diplomacy, peace building, mission-oriented policies, public innovation, institutional entrepreneurs, and policy networks. Researchers and scholars will find an opportunity to better grasp several topics and methodologies in knowledge development in the governance of STI. This interdisciplinary work presents original research on science, technology and innovation policy and governance studies in an understudied region.

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