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Science, Technology, Development

Science, Technologie, Développement




STD - ISSN 2752-6879 - © ISTE Ltd

Aims and scope

Objectifs de la revue

The relationship between Science, Technology and Development is the subject of an important literature, revealing economic performance : invention, innovation, technology transfer, learning, diversification and even resurgence. This relationship, created and supported by the very role of skilful actors (research laboratories, companies, public and private institutions), generates new economic values or regenerates existing ones. The objective of the “Science, Technology, Development” (STD) journal is to present studies that are pertinent to current development challenges ; those that go beyond the strict framework of economic growth to encompass the ways in which science and technology can contribute, nationally and internationally, to facing challenges linked to the environment, food, health and even social challenges which guide current research in the human and social sciences and in engineering. At the crossroads of monodisciplinary or multidisciplinary analyses, STD accepts contributions from economics, management, engineering, sociology, education sciences and history, all relating to the question of Economic Development.

 

Scientific Board

Adja Anassé Augustin ANASSE
Université de Bouaké
Côte d’Ivoire
anasse@hotmail.com


Moha AROUCH
Université Hassan 1er
Maroc
moha.arouch@uhp.ac.ma


Arvind ASHTA
Burgundy School of Business
Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté
arvind.ashta@bsb-education.com


Eduardo CASSIOLATO
Economics Institute
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
cassio@ie.ufrj.br


Lilia CHENITI
Institut Supérieur d’Informatique et
des Technologies de Communication
de Hammam Sousse, Tunisie
lilia.cheniti@isitc.u-sousse.tn


Bernard GUILLON
Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour,
guillon@univ-pau.fr

 

Jean-Luc HORNICK
Université de Liège
Belgique
jlhornick@uliege.be

 

Syndhia MATHE
Agricultural Research and International
Cooperation Organization (CIRAD)
Yaoundé Cameroun
syndhia.mathe@cirad.fr


Fatma MRAD
Université de Sousse, Tunisie
fatma.mrad@fsegso.u-sousse.tn


Bénédique PAUL
Université Quisqueya
Haïti
benedique.paul@uniq.edu.ht


Ahmed SILEM
Université de Lyon
silemahmed2@gmail.com


Gina Florica STOICA
Université Politehnica de Bucarest,
Roumanie
gina.stoica@upb.ro


Sofiane TAHI
Université Picardie Jules Verne
sofiane.tahi@u-picardie.fr

La relation Science-Technologie-Développement fait l’objet d’une importante littérature la positionnant comme révélatrice de performance économique : invention, innovation, transfert de technologies, apprentissage, diversification ou renouveau. Cette relation, créée et soutenue par la fonction même des acteurs ambidextres (laboratoires de recherche, entreprises, institutions publiques et privées), génère de nouvelles valeurs économiques ou régénère les existantes. L’objectif de la revue « Science, Technologie, Développement » (STD) est de présenter des études pertinentes sur les enjeux actuels du développement qui dépassent le cadre strict de la croissance économique pour englober les voies par lesquelles la science et la technologie pourraient contribuer, sur les plan national et international, à faire face aux défis environnementaux, alimentaires, sanitaires ou encore sociaux qui orientent la recherche actuelle en sciences humaines, sociales et en ingénierie. A la croisée d’analyses mono ou pluridisciplinaires, STD accepte des contributions en économie, gestion, ingénierie, sociologie, sciences de l’éducation, histoire relatives aux problématiques du Développement Économique.

 

Conseil scientifique

Adja Anassé Augustin ANASSE
Université de Bouaké
Côte d’Ivoire
anasse@hotmail.com


Moha AROUCH
Université Hassan 1er
Maroc
moha.arouch@uhp.ac.ma


Arvind ASHTA
Burgundy School of Business
Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté
arvind.ashta@bsb-education.com


Eduardo CASSIOLATO
Economics Institute
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
cassio@ie.ufrj.br


Lilia CHENITI
Institut Supérieur d’Informatique et
des Technologies de Communication
de Hammam Sousse, Tunisie
lilia.cheniti@isitc.u-sousse.tn


Bernard GUILLON
Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour,
guillon@univ-pau.fr

 

Jean-Luc HORNICK
Université de Liège
Belgique
jlhornick@uliege.be

 

Syndhia MATHE
Agricultural Research and International
Cooperation Organization (CIRAD)
Yaoundé Cameroun
syndhia.mathe@cirad.fr


Fatma MRAD
Université de Sousse, Tunisie
fatma.mrad@fsegso.u-sousse.tn


Bénédique PAUL
Université Quisqueya
Haïti
benedique.paul@uniq.edu.ht


Ahmed SILEM
Université de Lyon
silemahmed2@gmail.com


Gina Florica STOICA
Université Politehnica de Bucarest,
Roumanie
gina.stoica@upb.ro


Sofiane TAHI
Université Picardie Jules Verne
sofiane.tahi@u-picardie.fr

 

Journal issues

2021

Volume 21- 1

Issue 1

2022

Volume 22- 2

Issue 1

Recent articles

Contribution of frugal innovation to the improvement of living conditions in developing countries: The case of mobile money companies in Burkina Faso

In developing countries, and more particularly in Burkina Faso, the development of mobile money is dazzling. In just a few years, this innovation has taken centre stage among the various mobile phone users. This article (...)


The contribution of “Food Hubs” in the digital age within the sustainable “agri-food” transition: a review of research in sub-Saharan Africa

In sub-Saharan Africa, managing the growing gap between rural supply and urban demand for good quality food products has become a serious challenge. This calls for an analysis of territorial innovation with a view to (...)


Socio-historical impact on management styles in the French Small Island Economy of Guadeloupe: critical discussion of paternalistic management

The evolution of the French West Indies should be put into perspective with their postcolonial trajectory; doing this will help explain to what extent “the problem of culture” underpins the social construction of companies. (...)


Prospective analysis and proposal of a model of localized coevolution between science, technology and innovation in Senegal

In a changing global economy, innovation is regarded as the driving force of economies and raises questions about the ideal structure of developing countries’ economic environment. In this context, the coevolution between (...)


The Role of Performance and Competitiveness in the Adoption of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) in Cameroon

This article analyzes financial and social performance as determinants in the adoption of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) in Cameroon. The data for this study were (...)


Science, Technology and Economic Development: Important and critical issues

Science and technology (S&T) are major challenges for economic development and social progress. Inscribed in the SDGs of 2015 for the 2030 Agenda, their legitimacy is not recent in the issue of developing countries or (...)


FinTech-Financial Inclusion Adequacy Issues in West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU)

The number of people without a bank account remains a real issue for financial inclusion in developing countries. FinTech development in the WAEMU appears to be a solution, particularly in the context of mobile money (...)


Characterization of the sectoral innovation system for cocoa in Cameroon

This article examines how a Sectorial System of Innovation (SSI) can be used to understand and organize public policy choices in the cocoa sector in Cameroon. This central production in the country’s agricultural economy has (...)


Socio-institutional and economic context and development of scientific entrepreneurship in Cameroon

The objective of this paper is to identify factors that inhibit government efforts that contribute to the development of scientific entrepreneurship in Cameroon. The mobilization of documentary sources and the statistical (...)


Assessment and analysis of industrial and scientific policies in the context of Senegal’s regional integration

Innovation policies are based on Science and Technology, but also on indirect policies to improve the local socio-economic context, in the context of Least Developed Countries (LDCs). Our article proposes to promote (...)


Editorial Board


Editor

Dimitri UZUNIDIS
Réseau de recherche sur l’innovation, Paris
Dimitri.Uzunidis@univ-littoral.fr


Editor in Chief

Vanessa CASADELLA
Université Picardie Jules Verne
vanessa.casadella@u-picardie.fr


Expertise

Yasmina BERRAOUI
Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie
yasmina.berraoui@auf.org


Membres du comité

Lamis BENMANSEUR
École supérieure de commerce, Kolea
Algerie
benmanseur.lamis@hotmail.fr

Constance DUMALANEDE
Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne
constance.dumalanede@univ-st-etienne.fr

Zinedine KHELFAOUI
Université Montpellier III
zino.khelfaoui@univ-montp3.fr

Michelle MONGO
Mines Saint-Etienne
michelle.mongo@emse.fr

Babacar NDIAYE
Université Amadou Mahtar Mbow
Sénégal
babacar.ndiaye@uam.edu.sn


Ludovic TEMPLE
Cirad Montpellier
ludovic.temple@cirad.fr


Cheikh Abdou Lahad THIAW
École Supérieure Polytechnique
(ESP)/Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar (UCAD)
Sénégal
cheikh.thiaw@gmail.com



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