National Policies in Chile Related to Research and Innovation

The Challenge of Cultural Change
  • Mario F. Letelier
  • María J. Sandoval
Part of the International and Development Education book series (INTDE)


As knowledge, research, development, and innovation become increasingly valued resources for economic growth and social development, university culture becomes more and more the subject of scrutiny. These institutions provide professionals, researchers, and in general, an education that impacts on ways of thinking and acting, on national capacities, and on culture shaping.


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  • Mario F. Letelier
  • María J. Sandoval

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