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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Sub-Saharan African Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Research : A Decade of Development.
Washington : World Bank Publications, ©2015
|Material Type:||Document, Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Andreas Blom; Mariam Adil; George Lan
|Description:||1 online resource (112 pages).|
|Contents:||Front Cover ; Contents; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Abbreviations; Executive Summary; A Report by the World Bank and Elsevier; Methodology; Key Findings and Policy Recommendations; Defining National Policies; Chapter 1 Methodology; Methodology; Notes; Chapter 2 Research Outputs and Citation Impact; Introduction; Key Findings; Research Output; Citation Impact; Research Per Capita; Novel Measures of Research Impact; Interpretation of Key Findings; Notes; Chapter 3 Research Collaboration; Introduction; Key Findings; International Collaboration; Citation Impact of Collaboration. Cross-Sector CollaborationTop Collaborating Institutions; Interpretation of Key Findings on Research Collaboration; Notes; Chapter 4 Researcher Mobility; Introduction; Key Findings; Researcher Mobility Model; Indicators; International Mobility; Cross-Region Comparisons; Interpretation of Key Findings on Researcher Mobility; Note; Appendix A Glossary; Note; Appendix B Data Sources and Methodology; Data Sources; Methodology and Rationale; Measuring International Researcher Mobility; Measuring Article Downloads; Notes; Appendix C Africa Region Classification; Appendix D Subject Classification. Background on Scopus All Science Journal Classification SystemAppendix E International Researcher Mobility Maps; References; Boxes ; ES. 1 Supporting High-Quality and Relevant Research: Uganda Millennium Science Initiative; 2.1 R & D Funding and Funding Mechanisms Matter: The Case of South Africa; 2.2 Growth Mirrors Allocation of Resources: Learning from Health in Sub-Saharan Africa GERD by Field of Science; 2.3 Researchers Are Concentrated in the Field of Medical and Health Sciences; Figures. ES. 1 Overall Number of Articles and Compound Annual Growth Rate for Sub-Saharan Africa Regions and Comparator Countries, 2003-12ES. 2 Percentage of Total Article Output in the Physical Sciences and STEM Versus the Health Sciences for Sub-Saharan Africa Regions and Comparator Countries, 2012; ES. 3 Level of International Collaboration for Sub-Saharan Africa Regions, 2012, and Percentage of Nonlocal, Transitory Researchers for Sub-Saharan Africa Regions, 1996-2013; ES. 4 Interregional Collaboration between Sub-Saharan Africa Regions. 2.1 Overall Number of Articles for Sub-Saharan Africa and Comparator Countries, 2003-122.2 World Publication Shares for Sub-Saharan Africa and Comparator Countries, 2003-12; 2.3 Percentage of Total Article Output by Subject Grouping for Sub-Saharan Africa and South Africa, 2003 vs. 2012; 2.4 World Citation Share across All Subject Groupings for Sub-Saharan Africa Regions and Comparator Countries, 2003-12; 2.5 Field-Weighted Citation Impact versus World Article Share for All Subject Groupings for Sub-Saharan Africa Regions and Comparator Institutions, 2003-12.|
|Series Title:||World Bank Studies|