The Economics of Science and Technology

@article{Audretsch2002TheEO,
  title={The Economics of Science and Technology},
  author={D. Audretsch and Barry Bozeman and K. Combs and M. Feldman and A. Link and D. Siegel and Paula E. Stephan and G. Tassey and C. Wessner},
  journal={The Journal of Technology Transfer},
  year={2002},
  volume={27},
  pages={155-203}
}
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, drawing on the work of scholars in the fields of economics, public policy, sociology and management. The aim of this paper is to foster a deeper appreciation of the economic importance of science and technology issues. We also hope to stimulate additional research on these topics. 
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