Posts Tagged ‘science policy’

September 29, 2011 0

Indian science policy in the globalization era

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Rajesh Kochhar (Lecture delivered at Centre for Public Policy, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, 29 August 2007) The term science policy does not command immediate recognition the way foreign policy and economic policy do. This is because the public perception of science in India has been fashioned by the Nehruvian era of innocence and idealism. […]

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December 10, 2008 0

A tale of two databases: India’s R&D dilemma(2005)

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            A tale of two databases: India’s R&D dilemma Rajesh Kochhar 13 June 2005 Source: SciDev.Net Without reliable long-term data in a uniform format, it is impossible to evaluate ongoing research and development (R&D) activities, launch new initiatives or make international comparisons with any confidence. Yet in India — and […]

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November 29, 2008 0

Science policy in India in the globalization era (2007)

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Lecture  delivered at Centre for Public Policy, IIM Bangalore, 29 August 2007  The term science policy does not command immediate recognition the way  foreign policy and economic policy do. This is because the  public perception of science in India  has been fashioned by  the  Nehruvian era of innocence and idealism. In  the  years immediately following  independence, […]

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