Limited by Design: R&D Laboratories in the U.S. National Innovation System

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APPENDIX II
Blue-Ribbon Panel Reports on the National Labs
1975Report of the Field and Laboratory Utilization Study Group DOE
1978Report to Congress: The Multiprogram Laboratories: A National
Resource for Nonnuclear Energy Research, Development, and
Demonstration DOE
1981Federal Energy R&D Priorities DOE
1982The Department of Energy Multiprogram Laboratories: The Final
Report of the Multiprogram Laboratory Panel, Energy Research
Advisory Board DOE
1983The Federal Role in Energy Research and Development: A ReportT
of the Energy Research Advisory Board to the United States
Department of Energy DOE
1983Report to the White House Science Council White House OSTP
1985Guidelines for DOE Long-Term Civilian Research and Develop-
ment DOE
1986The Coordination of Long-Term Energy Research and Develop-
ment Planning DOE
1990The Future Strategic Role of the Department of Energy's Multi-
program Research Laboratories DOE
1991Nuclear Weapons Complex Reconfiguration Study DOE
1992Report to the Secretary on the DOE National Laboratories DOE
1993Defense Conversion: Redirecting R&D OTA
1993Department of Energy Laboratories: Capabilities and Missions
DOE
1993Department of Energy Laboratories: A New Partnership with
Industry DOE

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