ATPS Board Member, Prof. Turner Isoun, launches a book: “Why Run Before Learning to Walk? Reflections of High Technology as a Strategic Tool for Development in Nigeria”
ATPS Board Member, Prof. Turner Isoun, launches a book: “Why Run Before Learning to Walk? Reflections of High Technology as a Strategic Tool for Development in Nigeria”. In this book, which is a must-read for all development practitioners, especially those interested in sustainable development in the developing and emerging economies, Prof. Isoun reflects on high technology support by necessary appropriate systems is the answer to Africa’s development struggle; drawing on his outstanding expertise in STI and also his long years of service as Honourable Minister for Science and Technology in the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The book demonstrates that STI-led development is a leadership endeavour, and why investments in STI ought to be the priority policy goal for policy makers in the developing world.
The ATPS Executive Director, Prof. Kevin Urama, describes the book as a blue print for STI-led development in Africa, and in deed in all the developing and emerging economies. For details, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Wednesday 16th October, 2013
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