The theme of the 13th Globelics International Conference is: Innovation to reduce poverty and inequalities for inclusive and sustainable Development.
The conference is hosted by the Ministry of Higher Education of Cuba, the University of Havana, the Higher Institute of Technologies and Applied Sciences (InSTEC) and the Ministry of Science and Technology of Cuba, in Havana.
This year’s key note lectures will be given by the world leading scholar on innovation and development, Richard R. Nelson from Columbia University (the 2015 Freeman Lecture) and Executive Director at Colombian Observatory of Science and Technology, Monica Salazar (the 2015 Globelics Lecture).
Deadline for submission of papers is: 1 May 2015
For more information, please visit http://www.globelics.org/event/13th-globelics-international-conference-havana-cuba/