Technology and U.S. Competitiveness: An Institutional Focus

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TECHNOLOGY AND
U.S. COMPETITIVENESS

An Institutional Focus

Edited by W. Henry Lambright and Dianne Rahm

Prepared under the auspices of the Policy Studies Organization Stuart S. Nagel, Publications Coordinator


Contributions in Economics and Economic History, Number 139

Greenwood Press New York • Westport, Connecticut • London

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  • Recent Titles In Contributions in Economics and Economic History ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction. vii
  • I- Federal Programs, Institutions, and Issues 1
  • 1: Federal Competitiveness Policy 3
  • References 16
  • 2: Decontrolling Technology Transfer for American Competitiveness 19
  • 3: Quality and Competitiveness 39
  • Note 51
  • References 51
  • 4: Thinking Spinoffs in The 1990s 53
  • II- State Programs, Institutions, and Issues 69
  • 5: The Turbulent Condition Of State S&t Programs in The 1990s 71
  • Notes 80
  • Notes 81
  • 6: State Space Technology Programs 83
  • Notes 101
  • References 101
  • 7: Basic Research in the States 105
  • References 112
  • Iii Changing Policy Issues 115
  • 8: Recent Theoretical and Organizational Approaches To U.S. Technology Policy 117
  • Notes 128
  • Notes 129
  • 9: Changing International Relations and U.S.-Japanese Competitiveness 133
  • 10: Corporate Culture in Small High Tech Firms 151
  • Notes 165
  • Selected Bibliography 169
  • Index 177
  • About the Contributors 183
  • Policy Studies Organization Publications Issued with Greenwood Press / Quorum Books 186
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