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The S&T Innovation Conundrum

@inproceedings{Coffey2012TheSI,
  title={The S\&T Innovation Conundrum},
  author={Timothy Coffey and Jill Dahlburg and Elihu Zimet},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract : This study is motivated by the observation that the state of health of the United States S&T enterprise seems to be simultaneously characterized by opposite assessments. On the one hand the enterprise is described as being especially vibrant, showing remarkable progress, a high level of innovation and confronted with great opportunities. At the same time the enterprise is described as showing disturbing trends in its workforce, rate of knowledge generation, rate of innovation and… 

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