CONTECSI - International Conference on Information Systems and Technology Management - ISSN 2448-1041, 5º CONTECSI - International Conference on Information Systems and Technology Management

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KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Feruccio Bilich, Ricardo DaSilva

Última alteração: 2014-11-18

Resumo


The purpose of this work is to analyse the scientific and technological productivity management of several countries and their impact on economic sustainable growth including in Latin American countries using multi-criteria analysis. In other words, how the knowledge management can contribute to development. It was verified that as the country valorises more its R&D scientists and engineers through investing more in R&D greater would be the scientific productivity. The Latin American countries, among all the countries of the World, will have the highest response, in terms of scientific productivity, to increases of investment in R&D, measured in terms of expenditure per R&D scientist or engineer. In conclusion, the R&D scientists and engineers of the World will produce more, write more and publish more if they are better paid and have better equipment for doing research.

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Multi-criteria; Economic Growth; Research and Development; Knowledge Management; Scientific Productivity; Technological Productivity