The U.S. academic research enterprise is entering a new era characterized by remarkable opportunities and increased strain. This two-part volume integrates the experiential knowledge of group members with quantitative data analyses in order to examine the status of scientific and technological research in academic settings. Part One reviews the status of the current research enterprise, emerging trends affecting it, and issues central to its future. Part Two is an overview of the enterprise and describes long-term trends in financial and human resources. This new book will be useful in stimulating policy discussions--especially among individuals and organizations that fund or perform academic research.
Table of Contents
|Part 1: Status, Trends, and Issues Introduction||1-4|
|Status of Academic Research Enterprise||5-18|
|Issues for the 1990s & Beyond||24-28|
|Part 2: Overview of the Academic Research EnterpriseIntroduction||33-36|
|Summary of Trends||37-46|
|National R&D Expenditures||47-54|
|Academic R&D Expenditures||55-68|
|Total Academic Expenditures and Revenues||69-78|
|Higher Education Enrollments||87-92|
|Science and Engineering Degrees||93-105|
|Primary Data Sources||106-106|
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