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|Título :||International Partnerships for Collaborative Research in Argentinian Universities||Autor :||Corengia, Ángela
García de Fanelli, Ana M
|Palabras clave :||EDUCACION SUPERIOR;ARGENTINA;UNIVERSIDADES||Fecha de publicación :||7-Jun-2018||Editorial :||Palgrave Macmillan, Cham||Citación :||Corengia Á., García de Fanelli A., Rabossi M., Salto D.J. (2018) International Partnerships for Collaborative Research in Argentinian Universities. In: Gregorutti G., Svenson N. (eds) North-South University Research Partnerships in Latin America and the Caribbean. International and Development Education. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham||Resumen :||This chapter analyzes the motivations behind North-South collaboration, as well as facilitators and obstacles. Through a case study approach, two specific cases focus on research units at public and private Argentinian universities with established North-South research partnerships. General conclusions indicate that international scientific cooperation between the two hemispheres has proven fruitful for the parties involved in these agreements; however, what triggers and grounds the association differs by case. Following a series of interviews and document analysis, findings show that while personal links generally dominate in their importance, state support is critical for sustainability. Difficulties that generate disincentives for maintaining longer-term partnerships are related primarily to internal, bureaucratic problems and external factors such as overall economic instability affecting both developed and developing countries.||URI :||https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-75364-5_9
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