The New Invisible College: Science for Development

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9780815792130: The New Invisible College: Science for Development

Book by Caroline S Wagner

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"This short, thoughtful and easy-to-read book invites us to rethink our prejudices and to abandon practices more appropriate to the world as it was decades ago. All science policymakers should read it, especially those who believe that science is a public good and who want high-quality, big science research to be truly global." --Graham Farmelo, Times Higher Education Supplement "A very important scholarly work... a must read book for scholars in collaboration studies and those involved in science policy framework." --Sujit Bhattacharya, International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics Newsletter

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The twentieth century was the era of "big science." Driven by strategic rivalries and fierce economic competition, wealthy governments invested heavily in national science establishments. Direct funding for institutions like the National Science Foundation and high-visibility projects, such as the race to the moon, fueled innovation, growth, and national prestige. But the big science model left poorer countries out in the cold.Today the organization of science is undergoing a fundamental transformation. In T "he New Invisible College, "Caroline Wagner combines quantitative data and extensive interviews to map the emergence of global science networks and trace the dynamics driving their growth. She argues that the shift from big science to global networks creates unprecedented opportunities for developing countries to tap science's potential. Rather than squander resources in vain efforts to mimic the scientific establishments of the twentieth century, developing country governments can leverage networks by creating incentives for top-notch scientists to focus on research that addresses their concerns and by finding ways to tie knowledge to local problem solving. T "he New Invisible College "offers both a guidebook and a playbook for policymakers confronting these tasks.

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