Boston University School of Law
Developing countries have a substantial and urgent need for knowledge transfers to perform certain services and tasks because their people do not possess this knowledge.' To obtain it, these countries can choose from essentially three options. One option is to use foreign consultants already knowledgeable to perform the desired tasks. A second option is to use foreign teachers, in class or guided practice. The people in the country would then acquire the knowledge and perform the tasks. A third option is to use a mix of the services of consultants and teachers.
Knowledge Transfer: Suggestions for Developing Countries on the Receiving End,
Boston University International Law Journal
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