Survey of Technology Policy

@inproceedings{Mowery1994SurveyOT,
  title={Survey of Technology Policy},
  author={David C. Mowery},
  year={1994}
}
For centuries, governments have pursued policies to improve the innovative performance of domestic industry and to enhance the economic returns to domestic firms and citizens from indigenously developed technologies. The mention of the patent system in Article I of the U.S. Constitution is only one example of technology policies; other examples are Colbert’s investments of state funds in such “strategic industries” as glass and tapestries (Lough, 1961), or the British government’s controls on… CONTINUE READING

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