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    Leveraging Research and Development: The Impact of the Advanced Technology Program
Maryann P. Feldman, Johns Hopkins University, and Maryellen R. Kelley, National Institute of Standards and Technology
189
    Estimating Economic Benefits from ATP Funding of New Medical Technologies
Tayler H. Bingham, Research Triangle Institute
211
    Enhanced R&D Efficiency in an ATP-funded Joint Venture
Albert N. Link, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
223
    Estimating Future Benefits from ATP Funding of Digital Data Storage
David Austin and Molly Macauley, Resources for the Future
239
    Perspectives on the Determinants of Success in ATP-sponsored R&D Joint Ventures: The Views of Participants
Jeffrey H. Dyer, Brigham Young University, and Benjamin C. Powell, University of Pennsylvania
249
    Taking a Step Back: An Early Results Overview of Fifty ATP Awards
Rosalie Ruegg, Technology Impact Assessment (TIA) Consulting
259
VI.     ANNEX
    A.     Authorizing Legislation for the Advanced Technology Program 281
    B.     Biographies of Contributors 287
    C.     Participants List 25 April 2000 Conference 295
    D.     Internal and External Reviews of the ATP, Analyses Commissioned by the Office of Economic Assessment 299
    E.     Bibliography 303


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