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Annex E Bibliography Acs, Z. and D. Audretsch. 1991. Innovation and Small Firms. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Alic, John A., Lewis Branscomb, Harvey Brooks, Ashton B. Carter, and Gerald L. Epstein. 1992. Beyond Spinoff: Military and Commercial Technologies in a Changing World. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. Arrow, Kenneth. 1962. "Economic welfare and the allocation of resources for invention." Pp. 609–625 in The Rate and Direction of Inventive Activity: Economic and Social Factors. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Arrow, Kenneth. 1973. "The theory of discrimination." Pp. 3−31 in Discrimination In Labor Markets, Orley Ashenfelter and Albert Rees, eds. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Audretsch, David B. 1995. Innovation and Industry Evolution. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Audretsch, David B. and Maryann P. Feldman. 1996. "R&D spillovers and the geography of innovation and production." American Economic Review 86(3):630–640. Audretsch, David B. and Paula E. Stephan. 1996. "Company-scientist locational links: The case of biotechnology." American Economic Review 86(3):641–642. Audretsch, D. and R. Thurik. 1999. Innovation, Industry Evolution, and Employment. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Barfield, C. and W. Schambra, eds., 1986. The Politics of Industrial Policy. Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. Baron, Jonathan. 1998. “DoD SBIR/STTR Program Manager.” Comments at the Methodology Workshop on the Assessment of Current SBIR Program Initiatives, Washington, D.C., October. Barry, C. B.. 1994. “New directions in research on venture capital finance.” Financial Management 23 (Autumn):3–15. Bator, Francis. 1958. "The anatomy of market failure." Quarterly Journal of Economics 72:351–379. Bingham, R. 1998. Industrial Policy American Style: From Hamilton to HDTV. New York: M.E. Sharpe. Birch, D. 1981. “Who Creates Jobs.” The Public Interest 65 (Fall):3–14. Branscomb, Lewis M., Kenneth P. Morse, Michael J. Roberts, and Darin Boville. 2000. Managing Technical Risk: Understanding Private Sector Decision Making on Early Stage Technology Based Projects. Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Standards and Technology, Department of Commerce. Branscomb, Lewis M. and Philip E. Auerswald. 2001. Taking Technical Risks: How Innovators, Managers, and Investors Manage Risk in High-Tech Innovations, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Branscomb, Lewis M. and J. Keller, 1998. Investing in Innovation: Creating a Research and Innovation Policy. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 49

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