Research Universities: Core of the US science and technology system

@article{Atkinson2007ResearchUC,
  title={Research Universities: Core of the US science and technology system},
  author={Richard C. Atkinson and W. A. Blanpied},
  journal={Technology in Society},
  year={2007},
  volume={30},
  pages={30-48}
}
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