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A.B. Petrovsky, S.V. Pronichkin, M.Yu. Sternin, G.I. Shepelev Organization and management of science: the experience of Republic of South Africa
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A.B. Petrovsky, S.V. Pronichkin, M.Yu. Sternin, G.I. Shepelev Organization and management of science: the experience of Republic of South Africa


The paper considers the experience of Republic of South Africa in the field of organization and financing of science. National characteristics of science and technology policy, mechanisms for science support are noted. Procedures of expertise of research projects are described. Examples of scientific achievements of the South African researchers are done. Recommendations for the use of the South African experience are formulated.


organization and management of science, science and technological policy, mechanisms for science support, grants, scholarships, expertise of research projects

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