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Investing in innovation : creating a research and innovation policy that works

Author: Lewis M Branscomb; James Keller
Publisher: Cambridge (Mass.) ; London : MIT Press, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Mit Press pbk. edView all editions and formats
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The expanded report of an investigation into American technology policy since 1993. It explores how successful policies encouraging public/private partnerships have been; proposes ways to attract  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis M Branscomb; James Keller
ISBN: 0262522675 9780262522670 0262024462 9780262024464
OCLC Number: 440827085
Description: XXIV, 516 str. : tabele, graf. prikazi ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part 1 The changing environment for technology policy: Challenges to technology policy in a changing world economy, Lewis M. Branscomb, Richard Florida; technology policy and economic growth, Michael Borrus, Jay Stowsky; Measurement issues, Adam B. Jaffe; Social capital - a key enabler of innovation, Jane E. Fountain; From science policy to research policy, Lewis M. Branscomb. Part 2 Assessment of technology programs: The advanced technology program - opportunities for enhancement, Christopher T. Hill; Dual-use and the technology reinvestment project, Linda R. Cohen; Rethinking the small business innovation research program, Scott J. Wallsten; Technology transfer and the use of CRADAs at the national institutes of health, David H. Guston; Manufacturing extension - performance, challenges, and policy issues, Philip Shapira; Toward a new generation of environmental technology, George R. Haeton Jr; R. Darryl Banks; Federal energy research and development for the challenges of the 21st century, John P. Holdren. Part 3 Policy tools and institutions: Beyond the national information - infrastructure initiative, Brian Kahin; University-industry relations - the next four years and beyond, Harvey Brooks, Lucien P. Randazzese; Industry consortia, Daniel Roos et al; State governments - partners in innovation, Christopher M. Coburn, Duncan M. Brown; Managing technology policy at the White House, David M. hart; Towards a research and innovation policy, Lewis M. Branscomb, James H. Keller.
Responsibility: edited by Lewis M. Branscomb and James H. Keller.

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