Venni venkata Krishna

Venni venkata Krishna
UNSW Sydney | UNSW · Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

B.Sc, M.A and Ph.D (Wollongong University)

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To make India one of the leaders in solar energy generation and to promote ecologically sustainable growth that addresses the nation’s energy security challenge is one of the promising goals of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) or National Solar Mission. This paper presents the country’s current solar energy scenario and explores...
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We propose an international economic agenda to overcome the growth limits of capitalism that can be supported by the United Nations. Sustainable Environment based global goals should be added to sustainable economy. For this, we propose dynamic balance between three sub-economies such as open innovation, closed innovation, and social innovation sub...
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This report mainly identifies gaps and shortcomings in the India and European Union science and technology cooperation. Aspects related to cooperation with the European Union in terms of the multilateral domain have been discussed and relevant statistics and support of comparative discussion of other selected countries provided.
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This project report mainly focuses on the comparative perspective of India’s science and technology cooperation with the European Union, and with other selected countries including the United States, Japan, Canada, and China
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Small developing countries in Asia, Latin America and Africa are still struggling with the institutionalisation and professionalisation of science. Many countries in these regions are yet to establish science communities. Singapore case becomes all the more interesting and exemplary as this small country was able to build a small but vibrant scienc...
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The concepts of brain drain, gain and circulation in the Indian context presents a fruitful sociological and policy relevant experience to understand the phenomena as it unfolded over many decades. As this essay demonstrates, 1960s to 1980s emerged as the phase of brain drain. The country witnessed considerable economic growth and development of S&...
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The qualification level of the emigrating Moroccans rose steadily in the 1990s, and especially since the year 2000. At present, an estimated 20 per cent of the highly qualified Moroccans live abroad. Student migration, which accounts for a large part of this 20 per cent, is contributing substantially to keeping this level high. For the last 20 year...
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In the new form of Globalization of R&D, Multinational (MNEs) firms have established their R&D units in emerging Asian countries, particularly in India and China. In the 1980s MNEs located their R&D units in their country of origin and were very reluctant to go offshore beyond triad (USA, Western Europe and Japan). However, in the last decade there...
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Social history of modern science, particularly the way it acquired social legitimacy clearly depicts the science and society relationships emerging from the time of Galileo. The social institution of science has evolved as one of the most powerful, highly influential and sought out institutions. Knowledge as public good; peer review of science; pro...
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Government of India has formed National Green Tribunal (NGT) during the year 2010. NGT is a 'quasi-judicial' body exclusively deals with the environment related civil litigations. Before NGT has evolved, there were two previous efforts to establish green courts in India. These were National Environment Tribunal Act, of 1995 (META) and National Envi...
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The rise of Asia in the global, knowledge-based economy in the last decade is closely associated with the rise of knowledge institutions of higher learning and scientific research2. Three features stand out and are indicative of the trend. The first is the tremendous growth of “human and knowledge capital” made possible by teaching and research exc...
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This paper attempts to argue that the emergence of a diverse and dominant software (SW) services industry in India is facilitated to a large extent by the range of policies and initiatives undertaken by the Indian State. In addition to a series of sector-specific policy initiatives and promotional schemes, the positive interplay among the trade, te...
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The triple helix is considered an important concept because it not only advocates partnerships among government, industry and university/public research institutions, but it also claims (explicitly or implicitly) to provide strategy for innovation. The present study was undertaken in 2001 to understand the relevance of triple helix in the context o...
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This paper discusses the critical role that activities directed to mix, match and transform knowledge-intensive services play in innovation by software firms. The paper draws on the analysis of the nature of innovation processes undertaken by Australian software firms; how businesses innovate and what role Knowledge Intensive Service Activities (KI...
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In the half century since World War II, the time span that constitutes the post-colonial era, the direction and substance of South-North relations have changed both repeatedly and markedly.1 The decisive, underlying dynamics of South-North exchange have been predicated on at least three components: (i) shifting Northern appraisal of South-North int...
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The force with which scientific and technological (S&T) systems continue to structure and condition the contemporary world has become an issue of great concern and has evoked a great deal of reaction from various publics.1 Even as S&T systems continue to play an instrumental role in shaping society, certain sectors present insurmountable resistance...
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block possible Soviet expansion by mobilizing European "democracies", the policy soon extended to some developing countries in Asia and Latin America. In response, the USSR gradually initiated development programs for newly independent nations in Asia and Africa. In this context, super power rivalry operated in the South to (i) expand spheres of in...
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Basalla’s three stages “model” for the spread of modern, Western science has in recent years come under serious criticism1. The inadequacy of this diffusionist “model” to reflect sufficiently upon the sociocultural and politico-economic relations of Western science with recipient cultures continues to draw the attention of scholars. In doing so, th...

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