ارائه چارچوبی برای توسعه دیپلماسی علم و فناوری کشور به روش دلفی فازی

نویسندگان

1 دانش‌آموخته کارشناسی‌ارشد مدیریت فناوری، دانشگاه تهران

2 استادیار دانشکده مدیریت، دانشگاه تهران

چکیده

دیپلماسی علم و فناوری را میتوان مجموعهای از استراتژیها و تاکتیکهایی دانست که در عرصه دیپلماسی در خدمت دستگاه سیاست خارجی یک کشور قرار میگیرند تا ضمن بهرهبرداری دستگاه مزبور از دستاوردهای علمی و فناوری برای ارتقا ظرفیتهای خود زمینههای پیشرفت علم و فناوری برای نهادهای علمی و فناورانه خلق ثروت و نهایتا توسعه در کشور پدیدار شود از آن جهت که وجود یک چارچوب میانرشتهای به توسعه دیپلماسی علم و فناوری در کشور کمک خواهد کرد پژوهش حاضر با چنین رویکردی به دنبال شناسایی عوامل مثر بر توسعه علم و فناوری در کشور است از اینرو پس از طی فرآیند تحلیل مضمون متون مرتبط با این حوزه با استفاده از نرمافزار چارچوبی مشتمل بر چهار مضمون فراگیر تصویر علمی و فناورانه کشور در دنیا تصویر دیپلماتیک کشور در دنیا دیپلماسی مسیر دوم و ترتیبات نهادی به همراه مضامین پایه مربوطه مضمون ارائه شده است در مرحله اعتبارسنجی مضامین ارائهشده از طریق یک فرآیند دلفی فازی سه مرحلهای ضمن تیید مضامین اولیه به استناد دیدگاههای خبرگان مضمون پایه دیگری با عنوان اسناد بالادستی کشور نیز به چارچوب اولیه اضافه و در نهایت توصیههای سیاستی لازم برای تحقق و تقویت هر یک از عوامل مثر بر توسعه دیپلماسی علم و فناوری کشور ارائه شده است

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عنوان مقاله [English]

A Framework of Science and Technology Diplomacy Development Based on Fuzzy Delphi Method

نویسندگان [English]

  • Mahdi Hajari 1
  • MohammadMahdi Zolfagharzadeh 2
1 Tehran University
2 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Management, University of Tehran
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