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The economic impacts of inadequate infrastructure for software testing
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Standardization in technology-based markets
Abstract The complexity of modern technology, especially its system character, has led to an increase in the number and variety of standards that affect a single industry or market. Standards affectExpand
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Rationales and mechanisms for revitalizing US manufacturing R&D strategies
The race to economic superiority is increasingly occurring on a global scale. Competitors from different countries are employing new types of growth strategies in attempts to win that race. TheExpand
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The Economics of Science and Technology
This paper provides a non-technical, accessible introduction to various topics in the burgeoning literature on the economics of science and technology. This is an interdisciplinary literature,Expand
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Underinvestment in Public Good Technologies
Although underinvestment phenomena are the rationale for government subsidization of research and development (R&D), the concept is poorly defined and its impact is seldom quantified. Conceptually,Expand
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The Economics of R&D Policy
Issues in R&D Policy R&D Trends The Economic Roles and Impacts of Technology Economic Elements of R&D Policy Rationales for Public-Sector R&D Policies Alternative Policy Mechanisms Generic TechnologyExpand
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Competing in Advanced Manufacturing: The Need for Improved Growth Models and Policies
The United States has underinvested for several decades in a set of productivity-enhancing assets necessary for the long-term health of its manufacturing sector. If the public?private dynamics are not properly aligned to encourage proof-of-concept research and needed infratechnologies, then promising advances in basic science can easily fall into a "valley of death" and fail to evolve into modern advanced manufacturing technologies that are ready for the marketplace. Expand
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Globalization of technology-based growth: the policy imperative
The United States became the dominant technology-based economy after World War II and held that position for decades by accumulating a huge base of superior technical, physical, organizational, andExpand
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Cooperative research and development : the industry, university, government relationship
I. The Role Players.- 1. A Typology of Industry-Government Laboratory Cooperative Research: Implications for Government Laboratory Policies and Competitiveness.- 2. Financing Industry-GovernmentExpand
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The Technology Imperative
The convergence of technology-based competitive capabilities among the world’s economies has drastically altered the required economic growth strategies in industrialized nations. Based on aExpand
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