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References National Science Foundation (2002). SESTAT: A Tool for Studying Scientists and Engineers in the United States. Available electronically: www.nsf.gov/sbe/srs/nsf99337/secta.htm [September, 2002]. National Research Council (1989). Surveying the Nation’s Scientists and Engineers: A Data System for the 1990s. Panel to Study the NSF Scientific and Technical Personnel Data System, Committee on National Statistics. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Westat (2002a). Design Options for SESTAT for the Current Decade: Statistical Issues. Draft report to the Science Resources Statistics Division, U.S. National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Westat (2002b). Current and Alternate Sources of Data on the Science, Technical, and Engineering Workforce. Draft report to the Science Resources Statistics Division, U.S. National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. Westat (2002c). Comparison of the Scientists and Engineers Statistical Data System with the Current Population Survey. Draft report to the Science Resources Statistics Division, U.S. National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.
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