“The 7 Obligations of Highly Effective Bayh-Dole Compliers”
“An Ontology of Filtering”
“La passion des catastrophes”
“Pitfalls in estimating the returns to corporate R&D using accounting data”
“Innovation: The History of a Category”
“The Culture of Numbers: The Origins and Development of Statistics of Science”
“Making Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy: Conceptual Frameworks as Narratives”
Yuko Harayama, Shiro Abe, Juan Jiang
“University-Local Industry Linkages: The Case of Tohoku University in the Sendaiarea of Japan”
“Some New Developments of Intellectual Property Law in Japan” (citation only)
“Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies – Emerging questions for existing laws”
Roger F. Malina
“Talk about the Leonardo organization”
W. Patrick McCray
“From Lab to iPod: A Story of Discovery and Commercialization in the Post–Cold War Era”
David C. Mowery
“Federal policy and the development of semiconductors, computer hardware, and computer software: A policy model for climate-change R&D?”
“Nanotechnology and the U.S. national innovation system: Continuity and Change”
“Nuanced Management of IP Rights: Shaping Industry-University Relationships to Promote Social Impact”
“Avoiding Network Failure: The Case of the National Nanotechnology Initiative”
“Collapse of Distance: Epistemic Strategies of Science and Technoscience”
“The missing link in nanomaterials governance: industrial dynamics and downstream policies”
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“CSR and market changing product innovations: Indian case studies”
“Japan’s Networked Society: Implications for Science and Technology Policy”
“What is Knowledge Society?”
“Géostratégie de la recherche et de l’innovation”
Robert D. Atkinson and Scott M. Andes
“The Atlantic Century: Benchmarking EU & U.S. Innovation and Competitiveness”
“Swimming Against the Current: The Rise of a Hidden Developmental State in the United States”
“Where do innovations come from? Transformations in the US economy, 1970-2006”
“Innovation and the Invisible Hand of Government” [book chapter]
“Thinking Destruction: Creativity, Rational Choice, Emergence, and Destruction Theory”
Bhaven N. Sampat
“The Bayh-Dole Model in Developing Countries: Reflections on the Indian Bill on Publicly Funded Intellectual Property“
“Universities in National Innovation Systems” (with David C. Mowry)
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Participants’ Bios are here.
Workshop Program is here.
A map of the area is here.