This briefing provides a summary of a study setting out the research trends in Cuba, Ecuador, Bolivia, Nicaragua and Honduras between 1996 and 2008 – a period of rapid growth in research output across the region. Findings will not only help decision-makers in these countries identify where their strengths lie, but will also show where policy may help fill research gaps.The study was a collaboration between the Cuban Ministry of Higher Education, the National Center for Scientific Research and INASP.
INASP. A Closer Look at Latin American Research. New research shines a light on trends in scientific output in five Latin American countries. INASP, Oxford, UK (2010) 3 pp.