Catherine P. Slade

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The articles in this special issue emerged from a joint United States/Norwegian meeting held in May 2009 in Oslo, Norway, that considered how science policy research does (or does not) support the information needs of science policy decision makers and steps that might be taken to improve such connections. The central question of the workshop was: How can(More)
With conflicting public pressure for greater access to higher education and budget reductions and with continuing backlash over increasing tuition and skyrocketing student debt, public universities have intensified efforts to improve organizational efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity. One strategic option is merging institutions of higher education(More)
We propose a conceptual model to encourage systematic analysis of social equity issues of science policy. The model considers the relationships among several attributes of science and technology goods and services including the incidence of its impact, degree of concentration, and whether its consumption generates capacity for the individual or groups or is(More)
Science and innovation policy (SIP) is typically justified in terms of public values while SIP program assessments are typically limited to economic terms that imperfectly take into account these values. The study of public values through public value mapping (PVM) lacks widely-accepted methods for systematically identifying value structures within SIP and(More)
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