Innovating for Development

Vol. 64, No. 1 - Fall/Winter - 2010

Reconciling Acemoglu and Sachs: Geography, Institutions and Technology

By Nima Veiseh

Open Source Mapping as Liberation Technology - An Interview with David Kobia

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Democratizing the Internet - An Interview with Michael T. Jones

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Accidental Activists: Using Facebook for Change - An Interview with Randi Zuckerberg

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Harnessing Technology for Development Cooperation - An Interview with Rajiv Shah

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Nuclear Power and Sustainable Development

By H.-Holger Rogner

Policy Incentives for a Cleaner Supply Chain: The Case of Green Chemistry

By Kira J. M. Matus

Higher Education and Technology Transfer: The Effects of Technosclerosis on Development

By William E. Bertrand

The Gender Revolution in Science and Technology

By Henry Etzkowitz, Namrata Gupta and Carol Kemelgor

Research Locally, Diffuse Globally? American Universities, Patents and Global Public Health

By Bhaven N. Sampat

The Copyright Dilemma: Copyright Systems, Innovation and Economic Development

By Walter G. Park

Can One Laptop Per Child Save the World's Poor?

By Mark Warschauer and Morgan Ames

Technologies for Climate Change Adaptation: Emerging Lessons from Countries Pursuing Adaptation to Climate Change

By Bertrand Tessa and Pradeep Kurukulasuriya

Meaningful Technology Transfer for Climate Disruption

By David M. Driesen and David Popp