Shyama Ramani (Ed.) Cambridge University Press 2014, just released
Chapters from Smita Srinivas, Arijita Dutta, Nagesh Kumar, Carl Pray, Ambuj Sagar, Gita Surie, Lata Nagarajan, and many others.
The FAPERJ-GC 2014 award is for the analysis of technological shifts and decentralized industrial governance in Brazil's oil and gas industry.
Can Brazil boost energy production for diverse energy users and new energy markets? Petrobras facilities shown here (photo credit, Petrobras website)
TCLab began a new project analyzing the economic and spatial institutions for youth employment and skills in the machine tools sector. Now in Mumbai and Bangalore, with plans for Rio and Sao Paolo....
Photocredit: Brown & Sharpe's Universal Milling Machine, 1861
Many creative activities occur in poor nations, but often they are undervalued; Little innovative knowledge comes from abroad and firms rarely collaborate.See the Scidev.net report on the Oxford University study Creative Commons Attribution License
Jason Cone, Médecins Sans Frontières; Stephen Mayes, VII Photo; Brian McGrath, Parsons, The New School; Patricia Thomas, U Georgia; Smita Srinivas, TCLab Columbia University GSAPP
The discussion elaborated on themes from Smita Srinivas's Market Menagerie: Health and Development in Late Industrial States—a far-reaching analysis of technological advance and market regulation of the biotech and pharmaceutical industries in India, Brazil, China, Nigeria, and South Africa—as a springboard into the difficult responsibilities of reporting across media and cultural divides. See the video of the full event here http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=nMQ5YXJxNsE
See Charles Tilly Cities, states, and trust networks: chapter 1 of Cities and States in World History
See Ed Soja Cities and states in geohistory
See Smita Srinivas Industrial welfare and the state: nation and city reconsidered
Take a peek inside the book and its chapters!
Read Chris Tilly and Michael Hanagan's editorial chapter and other contributionshttp://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-94-007-0756-6/page/1
Read the reporthere
and learn more about Labournet's awardhere
Director Smita Srinivas explores how we should plan and regulate technological advance in her latest book.
Why are children excluded from so many scietific breakthroughs and technological innovations?
The C40 research blog lists city finalists.
Callie New's M.S. thesis is a pioneering effort in more ways than one.
These steel recycling bales are products. They are products with value between and within countries.
Former TCLab Visiting Professor Saku Makinen has been active in the new Finnish award on the urban waste industry.
What the candidates in India’s general election are ignoring 12/05/14 By Smita Srinivas
Farm versus Firm? Analyzing the institutional questions of Arthur Lewis (shown) and Hayami and Ruttan (1985) at Globelics 2014, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Whose innovations? At what cost?
Thank you ILAS and Mumbai GC!
"...there is a comment that made me run out of my office to share it with my colleagues:
Meet Jessica George, former aerospace engineer and M.S. candidate at the Urban Planning program at GSAPP. At TCLab our researchers' backgrounds boost their understanding of how economies change.
"the gains from the technology and industry perspective have already been put into motion,"