Our latest press review includes four working papers, two journal articles and two PhD dissertations: tracking entrepreneurship in Colombia, poverty and risk management in Ethiopia, and urban water management in China, forced migration in Burundi, and research joint ventures in an R&D driven market, among many others. http://bit.ly/1E9L88e
Studying migration flows on the financial, physical and information levels. We analyse their impacts on labour markets, cultural exchanges, and integration while noting the potential of circular migration.
DEIP is a one-week course for policymakers in science, technology and innovation policy. The programme meets the growing demand from developing countries for support in analysing the latest technological developments and designing appropriate responses and policies tailored to their specific development contexts. The course now has more than 1100 alumni from afar afield as India, Jordan, Argentina, Mauritius, Nigeria, Uruguay and El Salvador.