This article proposes a model for the analysis, management and development of research institutes in developing countries which incorporates four interdependent dimensions: (i) a strategic management dimension concerned with the management of the organisation's internal and external environments and their interrelationships; (ii) a dimension concerned with ‘collaborative institutional arrangements’; (iii) an internal management and supervision dimension; and (iv) a ‘research operations’ dimension. A preliminary corroboration of the model's validity is derived from a review of relevant published literature and summaries of evaluation studies of research institutions in developing countries. Copyright

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Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.1002/pad.4230140207
Journal Public Administration and Development
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Kiggundu, M. (1994). Managing research institutions in developing countries: Test of a model. Public Administration and Development, 14(2), 201–222. doi:10.1002/pad.4230140207