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State of innovation : the U.S. government's role in technology development / edited by Fred Block and Matthew R. Keller
Alternate Title U.S. government's role in technology development
United States government's role in technology development
Boulder, CO : Paradigm Publishers, c2011
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HC110.T4 S73 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Technological innovations -- Government policy -- United States
Technological innovations -- Economic aspects -- United States
Technology and state -- United States
Industrial policy -- United States
Physical Description viii, 357 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Innovation and the invisible hand of government / Fred Block -- The military's hidden hand: examining the dual-use origins of biotechnology in the American context, 1969-1972 / Shelley L. Hurt -- Political structures and the making of U.S. biotechnology / Steven P. Vallas, Daniel Lee Kleinman, and Dina Biscotti -- To hide or not to hide? The advanced technology program and the future of U.S. civilian technology policy / Marina Negoita -- Green capitalists in a purple state: Sandia National Laboratories and the renewable energy industry in New Mexico / Andrew Schrank -- The CIA's pioneering role in public venture capital initiatives / Matthew R. Keller -- DARPA does Moore's law: the case of DARPA and optoelectronic interconnects / Erica Fuchs -- Where do innovations come from? Transformations in the U.S. economy, 1970-2006 / Fred Block and Matthew R. Keller -- Failure to deploy: solar photovoltaic policy in the United States / Chris P. Knight -- From developmental network state to market managerialism in Ireland / Seán Ó Riain -- China's (not so hidden) developmental state: becoming a leading nanotechnology innovator in the twenty-first century / Richard P. Appelbaum, Rachel Parker, Cong Cao, and Gary Gereffi -- Everyone an innovator / John A. Alic -- The paradox of the weak state revisited: industrial policy, network governance, and political decentralization / Josh Whitford and Andrew Schrank -- Avoiding network failure: the case of the national nanotechnology initiative / Christopher Newfield
Alternate Author Block, Fred L
Keller, Matthew R

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