North-South and South-South research collaboration: What differences does it make for developing countries? - the case of Colombia

@article{OrdezMatamoros2011NorthSouthAS,
  title={North-South and South-South research collaboration: What differences does it make for developing countries? - the case of Colombia},
  author={Gonzalo Ord{\'o}{\~n}ez-Matamoros and Susan E. Cozzens and Margarita Garcia-Luque},
  journal={2011 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy},
  year={2011},
  pages={1-10}
}
Research collaboration (RC) is associated with both positive and negative effects on the performance of research. It is said to increase creativity, scientific productivity, research quality, innovative capacity, the creation of science and technology human capital, the consolidation of research agendas, the expansion of research areas and disciplines and, ultimately, the development of new or better processes, products and services. Risks and costs associated include the privatization and… CONTINUE READING