Clean Technology Transfer and Innovation in Social Housing Production in Brazil and Colombia. A Framework from a Systematic Review
Rolando-Arturo Cubillos-González () and
Grace Tiberio Cardoso ()
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Rolando-Arturo Cubillos-González: Architecture Program, Design Faculty, Universidad Católica de Colombia, Bogotá Diagonal 46 A # 15 B – 10, Colombia
Grace Tiberio Cardoso: Postgraduate Program in Architecture and Urbanism (PPGARQ), Meridional Faculty (IMED), Passo Fundo 99070-220, Brazil
Sustainability, 2020, vol. 12, issue 4, 1-12
Over recent years in Brazil and Colombia, the social housing programs of these two countries have increasingly become directly related to the concept of green construction and seek to integrate with their respective laws. For example, a series of technological strategies allows bought countries to guarantee a reduction of the environmental impact of traditional construction technologies. Therefore, these actions try to answer the problems in the design of dwellings in Latin America. However, the construction sector reduced productivity and limited innovation in business. Some of the technological management processes in the social housing construction sector only consider the implementation of clean technologies tangentially. This situation is mainly because of general policies since they do not consider different local contexts. It is then worth asking: What impact do the processes of transfer of clean technologies have on social housing in Brazil and Colombia? This systematic review was carried out on scientific papers indexed by the science database from 2013 to 2019. The PRISMA method was applied to this review with an aim to propose a conceptual model for the transfer of clean technology in the production of social housing in Brazil and Colombia. Finally, we identify that the impact of clean technologies transfer on social housing is very low in these two countries.
Keywords: clean technology; innovation; social housing; sustainability; technology transfer (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q Q0 Q2 Q3 Q5 Q56 O13 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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