Rosenberg, N. 1972. Technology and American Economic Growth. New York, NY: Harper Torchbooks.
Rosenberg, N. 1982. Learning by Using, in Inside the Black Box Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 120-140.
Ruegg, R. and Feller, I. 2003. A Toolkit for Evaluating Public R and D Investment. NIST GCR 03-857. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Ruttan, V. 1982. Agricultural Research Policy. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.
Sarawetz, D. 1996. Frontiers of Illusion .Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
Savage, J. 1999. Funding Science in American: Congress, Universities, and the Politics of the Academic Pork Barrel. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Schmoch, U., Schubert, T., Jansen, D., Heidler, R., and von Gortz, R. 2010. How to Use Indicators to Measure Scientific Performance: A Balanced Approach. Research Evaluation, (19): 2-18.
Schubert, T. 2009. Empirical Observations on New Public Management to Increase Efficiency in Public Research-Boon or Bane? Research Policy, 38:1225-1234.
Shils, E., editor. 1969. Criteria for Scientific Development: Public Policy and National Goals. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Stokols, D., Hall, K., Taylor, B. and Moser, R. 2008. The Science of Team Science. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 35: S77-S89.
U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Science and Technology 1986. The Nobel Prize Awards in Science as a Measure of National Strength in Science, Science Policy Study Background Report No. 3, 99th Congress, Second Session.
Von Hippel, E. 2005. Democratizing Innovation . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Wagner, C. and Flanagan, A. 1995. Workshop on the Metrics of Fundamental Science: A Summary, Washington, DC: Critical Technologies Institute, Prepared for Office of Science and Technology Policy, PM-379-OSTP.
Weingert, P. (2005) Impact of Bibliometrics upon the Science System: Inadvertent Consequences? Scientometrics (62): 117-131.
Wilson, J. 1989. Bureaucracy New York, NY:Basic Books
Zakaria, F. 2010. How to Restore the American Dream. Time, October 21, 2010.