The journal Science, Technology, Development


The Science-Technology-Development relationship is the subject of an important literature positioning it as a revealing economic performance: invention, innovation, technology transfer, learning, diversification or renewal. This relationship, created and sustained by the very function of ambidextrous actors (research laboratories, companies, public and private institutions), generates new economic values or regenerates existing ones. The aim of the journal “Science, Technology, Development” (STD) is to present relevant studies on current development issues that go beyond the strict framework of economic growth to encompass the ways in which science and technology could contribute, on a national and international level, to facing the environmental, food, health or social challenges that guide current research in humanities, social sciences and engineering. At the crossroads of mono or multidisciplinary analyses, STD accepts contributions from economics, management, engineering, sociology, education sciences, history related to the issues of Economic Development.

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