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Technology and Innovation Report 2012

Innovation, Technology and South-South Collaboration

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This Technology and Innovation Report argues that with the growing importance of developing countries globally, the time is ripe to move beyond analyzing current trends in South-South trade and investment to begin conceptualizing how and to what extent South-South cooperation can help address specific developmental goals in the developing world. One such goal is bridging the technological divide and promoting industrialization and inclusive globalization within the developing world as a whole. The Report seeks to contribute to new policy insights through relevant data and analysis on south-south technology and innovation issues.

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As more and more developing countries embark on the process of industrial catch-up, the time is ripe to begin conceptualizing how and to what extent South-South collaborations can help address specific development goals in the developing world. This Report has analysed the potential of the South for furthering one such goal: bridging the technological divide as a means to promoting industrialization within the developing world as a whole and contributing to inclusive globalization.

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