Research & Innovation

Colombia Research & Innovation

Despite the difficulties in securing long-term financing for research, Colombia’s innovation environment is starting to benefit from structural measures. Efforts to raise IT usage in companies and households is supporting innovation efforts and galvanising domestic entrepreneurs. Modernisation schemes targeting industrial clusters are helping to develop a culture of innovation within established firms. However, plans to boost expenditure on research and development (R&D) activities are falling behind stated objectives. As the support for entrepreneurship activities becomes more robust, linking it to national research activities remains a challenge. This chapter contains an interview with Marta Losada, President, Antonio Nariño University.

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The Report

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Interviews & Viewpoints

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Marta Losada, President, Antonio Nariño University: Interview

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