This book examines the changing character of commercial technology development and diffusion in an integrated global economy and its implications for U.S. public policies in support of technological innovation. The volume considers the history, current practice, and future prospects for national policies to encourage economic development through both direct and indirect government support of technological advance.
Table of Contents
|Background: The Postwar U.S. Technology Enterprise||7-27|
|The Changing Demands on National Technology Policy and Strategy||28-60|
|Strengths and Weaknesses of the U.S. Technology Enterprise||61-90|
|A New Mission for U.S. Technology||91-109|
|Biographical Information about the Committee||122-128|
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