Vol. 64 Nbr. 1, September 2010
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- Editors foreword.
- Meaningful technology transfer for climate disruption.
- Technologies for climate change adaptation: emerging lessons from developing countries supported by UNDP.
- Can one laptop per child save the world's poor?
- The copyright dilemma: copyright systems, innovation and economic development.
- Research locally, diffuse globally? American universities, patents and global public health.
- The gender revolution in science and technology.
- Higher education and technology transfer: the effects of "techno-sclerosis" on development.
- Policy incentives for a cleaner supply chain: the case of green chemistry.
- Nuclear power and sustainable development.
- Harnessing technology for development cooperation: an Interview with Rajiv Shah.
- Accidental activists: using Facebook to drive change: an Interview with Randi Zuckerberg.
- Is the Google world a better place? An interview with Michael T. Jones.
- Open source mapping as liberation technology: an interview with David Kobia.
- Reconciling Acemoglu and Sachs: geography, institutions and technology.
- When will the next five billion people get a turn?
- The digital economy.
- Advantage: How American Innovation Can Overcome the Asian Challenge.
- Agricultural Growth in India: Role of Technology, Incentives and Institutions.
- ICTs and Indian Social Change: Diffusion, Democracy, Governance.
- National Intellectual Capital: A Comparison of 40 Countries.
- The Ghost Map: The Story of London's Most Terrifying Epidemic--and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern World.
- Start-Up Nation: The Story Of Israel's Economic Miracle.
- The Plundered Planet.
- Nuclear Power Is Not The Answer.
- Transforming Global Information and Communication Markets: The Political Economy of Innovation.
- Two Billion Cars: Driving Towards Sustainability.