SciSIP AWARDS 200761
A. Human Capital Development and the Collaborative Enterprise
1. Architecture of Collaboration in Transdisciplinary Research Teams (Barbara Gray and Raghu Garud, Pennsylvania State University)
2. Estimating the Effect of Exposure to Superstar Scientists: Evidence from Academia and the Biopharmaceutical Sector (Joshua Graff Zivin, NBER and Columbia University; Pierre Azoulay, MIT)
3. Measurement and Analysis of Highly Creative Research in the US and Europe (Philip Shapira, Juan Rogers, and Jan Youtie, Georgia Tech)
4. Social Network Analysis of the Collaborative Interaction of Scientists in Academic and Nonacademic Settings (Christopher McCarty, Nandita Basu, and James Jawitz, University of Florida)
5. Examining the Link between Informal Social Networks and Innovation: Using Netometrics to Quantify the Value of a Distributed Hetarchical Network (Leigh Jerome, Brooks B. Robinson-former PI, Martha Crosby, Laurel King, and Michael-Brian Ogawa, University of Hawaii)
6. Evaluation of Research Groups: An Endogenous Approach (Francisco Veloso, Carnegie Mellon University)
B. Returns to International Knowledge Flows
7. The Causal Impact of Foreign and Domestic Doctoral Students on Knowledge Creation and Innovation in US Universities: Evidence from Enrollment Shocks (Ahmed M. Mobarak and Keith Maskus, University of Colorado)
8. Contributions of Foreign Students to Knowledge Creation and Diffusion (Collaborative Proposal) (Shulamit B. Kahn, Boston University; Donna K. Ginther, University of Kansas)
9. Models of International Research Collaboration (Susan E. Cozzens and Marylin Brown, Georgia Tech)
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Appendix B Lists of SciSIP Awards, 2007 through 2013 SciSIP AWARDS 2007 61 A. Human Capital Development and the Collaborative Enterprise 1. Architecture of Collaboration in Transdisciplinary Research Teams (Barbara Gray and Raghu Garud, Pennsylvania State University) 2. Estimating the Effect of Exposure to Superstar Scientists: Evidence from Academia and the Biopharmaceutical Sector (Joshua Graff Zivin, NBER and Columbia University; Pierre Azoulay, MIT) 3. Measurement and Analysis of Highly Creative Research in the US and Europe (Philip Shapira, Juan Rogers, and Jan Youtie, Georgia Tech) 4. Social Network Analysis of the Collaborative Interaction of Scientists in Academic and Nonacademic Settings (Christopher McCarty, Nandita Basu, and James Jawitz, University of Florida) 5. Examining the Link between Informal Social Networks and Innovation: Using Netometrics to Quantify the Value of a Distributed Hetarchical Network (Leigh Jerome, Brooks B. Robinson-former PI, Martha Crosby, Laurel King, and Michael- Brian Ogawa, University of Hawaii) 6. Evaluation of Research Groups: An Endogenous Approach (Francisco Veloso, Carnegie Mellon University) B. Returns to International Knowledge Flows 7. The Causal Impact of Foreign and Domestic Doctoral Students on Knowledge Creation and Innovation in US Universities: Evidence from Enrollment Shocks (Ahmed M. Mobarak and Keith Maskus, University of Colorado) 8. Contributions of Foreign Students to Knowledge Creation and Diffusion (Collaborative Proposal) (Shulamit B. Kahn, Boston University; Donna K. Ginther, University of Kansas) 9. Models of International Research Collaboration (Susan E. Cozzens and Marylin Brown, Georgia Tech) 61 Institutional affiliations are listed as of the date the award was made to the researchers. Some of the researchers changed affiliations since receiving their SciSIP award. The summaries of presentations in the main part of this report list the current affiliation of the presenters at the conference. 103
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104 APPENDIX B C. Creativity and Innovation 10. Stimulating Creative Insight—A Cohesive Model of Design Innovation Across Individuals, Groups and Computer Agents (Jonathan Cagan and Kenneth Kotovsky, Carnegie Mellon University) 11. Design Tools to Cognitive Processes to Innovation (Christian D. Schunn and Michael Lovell, University of Pittsburgh) D. Knowledge Production System 12. Developing the Science of Science and Innovation Policy: Profiles of Innovativeness and Gaps in the Idea Innovation Network (Jerald Hage and Jonathon Mote, University of Maryland) 13. Modeling the Dynamics of Technological Evolution (Doyne J. Farmer, William Brian Arthur, and Jessika Trancik, Santa Fe Institute; Douglas H. Erwin, US National Museum of Natural History; Walter W. Powell, Stanford University; as well as several senior collaborators) 14. Towards a Macroscope for Science Policy Decision Making (Katy Borner and Weixia Huang, Indiana University; Kevin Boyack, Sandia National Labs) 15. Research and Technology Partnerships: Quantifying Strategic Relationships (Nicholas S. Vonortas, George Washington University) E. Science Policy Implications 16. Assessing the Impact of Science Policy on the Rate and Direction of Scientific Progress: Frontier Tools and Applications (Jeffrey Furman, NBER and Boston University; Fiona Murray, MIT; Scott Stern, Northwestern University) 17. Innovation and Technology Implementation: Theory and Policy Implications (Diego Comin, NBER and Harvard University; Bart Hobijn, New York University) 18. State Science Policies: Modeling Their Origins, Nature, Fit, and Effects on Local Universities (Maryann Feldman and James Hearn, University of Georgia) 19. Public Value Mapping: Developing a Non-Economic Model of the Social Value of Science and Innovation Policy (Daniel R. Sarewitz, Arizona State University; Barry Bozeman, University of Georgia) SciSIP AWARDS 2008 A. Describing the Role of Firms in Innovation 1. The Division of Innovative Labor: Features, Determinants and Impacts on Innovative Performance (Ashish Arora, Carnegie Mellon; Wes Cohen, Duke University; John Walsh, Georgia Tech) 2. The Rise of International Coinvention: A New Phase in the Globalization of R&D? (Lee Branstetter, Carnegie Mellon University) 3. Modeling Innovation Chains Using Case-Based Econometrics (Kenneth Flamm,
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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 105 University of Texas, Austin) 4. Patent Pools and Biomedical Innovation (Josh Lerner, NBER; Jean Tirole, Fondation Jean-Jacques Laffont/Toulouse Sciences Economiques) 5. Quantifying The Resilience of the U.S. Innovation Ecosystem (Erica Fuchs, Carnegie Mellon University) 6. The R&D “Lab” of the Future: Foundations for Modeling the R&D/Innovation Planning Process (Al Link, North Carolina State University; Mariann Jelinek, College of William and Mary) B. Measuring and Tracking Innovation 7. Improving Productivity and Innovation Metrics: The Case of Financial Services (Carol Corrado, Janet Hao, and Bart Van Ark, The Conference Board; Charles Hulten, University of Maryland) 8. Linking Government R&D Investment, Science, Technology, Firms and Employment: Science & Technology Agents of Revolution (Star) Database (Lynne Zucker and Michael Darby, University of California, Los Angeles) C. Measuring and Evaluating Scientific Progress 9. Measuring and Tracking Research Knowledge Integration and Transfer (Alan Porter, Georgia Tech) 10. Early prediction of the impact of research through large-scale analysis and modeling of citation dynamics (Marta Sales-Pardo, Northwestern University) 11. Universities, Innovation, and Economic Growth (Sheila Slaughter, University of Georgia) D. Advancing Understanding of Collaboration and Creativity 12. A Social Network Database of Patent Co-Authorship to Investigate Collaborative Innovation and Its Economic Impact (Lee Fleming, Harvard University) 13. Modeling Productive Climates for Virtual Research Collaborations (Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University; Jonathon Cummings, Duke University) 14. Dynamics of Creativity and Innovation in Cyber-Enabled Scientific Commons (Levent Yilmaz, Auburn University) 15. OPEN PATENT: Modeling Tagging and Visualization Technologies to Enhance Comprehension of Patent Information (Beth Noveck, New York Law School; John Riedl, University of Minnesota) E. Knowledge Sharing and Creativity 16. Integrating Social and Cognitive Elements of Discovery and Innovation (Chris Schunn, University of Pittsburgh) 17. Inspiration as Transmission of Creative Insight (Todd Thrash, College of William and Mary) 18. Transmission of Tacit Skills in East Asian Graduate Science Programs (Marcus
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106 APPENDIX B Antonius Ynalvez, Texas A&M International University; Noriko Hara, Indiana University) F. Implementing Science Policy 19. Impacts of Institution-Level Policies on Science and Engineering Education, Employment, Earnings and Innovation: A “Natural” Experiment (Catherine J. Weinberger, University of California Santa Barbara) 20. Funding R&D when Ideas are Scarce (Suzanne Scotchmer, University of California-Berkeley) 21. University Research Parks and the Innovative Performance of Park Firms (Albert N. Link, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Donald S. Siegel, University of California at Riverside) 22. Comparing Models for Integrating Societal Impacts Concerns into the Peer Review of Grant Proposals (Robert Frodeman, University of North Texas) 23. Scholar’s Award Proposal for Investigating the Origins and Evolution of the “Basic Research” as a Political Symbol (Roger Pielke, University of Colorado) 24. A Political-Economic Model of Science and Innovation Policy (Mark Zachary Taylor, Georgia Tech) SciSIP AWARDS 2009 A. Understanding Science and Innovation 1. A National Survey of Organizations to Study Globalization, Innovation and Employment (Clair Brown, University of California-Berkeley) 2. Tom Edison and the Electric Innovation Machine (Gary Bradshaw, Mississippi State University) 3. Science & Technology Innovation Concept Knowledge-base (STICK): Monitoring, Understanding, and Advancing the (R)Evolution of Science & Technology Innovations (PingWang, Yan Qu, and Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland) B. Modeling Innovation 4. A Predictive Simulation Model of Competitive Dynamics in Innovation (Risto Miikkulainen, University of Texas; Riitta Katila, Stanford University) 5. Modeling Schumpeter’s Theory of Innovation as a Basis for Innovation Policy: An Experimental Approach (John Gero, George Mason University) 6. Co-Evolution of Innovative Products by Purposive Agents and the Growth of Technological Complexity (Robert Axtell and William Kennedy, George Mason University) 7. Firm Innovation, Selection and Labor Market Frictions (Rasmus Lentz, University of Wisconsin Madison)
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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 107 C. Tracking Science and Innovation 8. Tracking Scientific Innovation from Usage Data: Models and Tools to Support a Science of Science (Johan Bollen, Los Alamos National Lab; Carl Bergstrom, University of Washington) 9. Assessing and Predicting Scientific Progress through Computational Language Understanding (James Evans, Ian Foster, and Andrey Rzhetsky, University of Chicago) D. Scientific Networks and Science Outcomes 10. Mapping the International Evolution of Collaboration Networks on Patents Granted to Universities around the World (Margaret Clements, Indiana University) 11. The Influence of Network Structure on Sex Disparities in Scientific Collaboration: Commercial Innovation in the Life Sciences (KjerstenWhittington, Reed College) E. Science and Innovation Policy 12. Compulsory Licensing - Evidence from the “Trading with the Enemy Act” (Petra Moser, Stanford University) 13. Metrics for Capturing Crucial Social Dynamics of Innovative Regions: Implications for S&T Policy (MaryWalshok, University of California San Diego) 14. Where Are All the Female Engineers? (Jeffery Smith, University of Michigan; Dan Black and Robert Michael, University of Chicago) 15. An Experimental Producer Price Index for Clinical Trials (Ernst Berndt, NBER; Ian Cockburn, Boston University) 16. Human Capital and Career Mobility in Science and Engineering-Intensive Start-ups: An Open Access Initial Public Offerings Database (Martin Kenney, University of California Davis) 17. Scientists and Engineers as Agents of Technological Progress: Measuring the Returns to R&D and the Economic Impact of Science and Engineering Workers (Richard Freeman, Erling Barth, Andrew Wang, and Gerald Marschke, NBER and Harvard University) F. Describing Innovation 18. Applied Visual Analytics for Economic Decision-Making (David Ebert, Timothy Cason, David Hummels, and Anya Savikhin, Purdue University) 19. A Visual Analytics Approach to Science and Innovation Policy (Martin Ribarksy, Remco Chang, and Jim Yang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
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108 APPENDIX B SciSIP RAPID AWARDS 2009 A. Economy Wide Studies 1. Developing Real Time Metrics on the Effects of ARRA Investments on Technological Invention (Jose Lobo, Arizona State University; Deborah Strumsky, University of North Carolina at Charlotte) 2. A Study of the Economic Impacts of the 2009 U.S. Stimulus Package and Its Science Policies (Arnold Zellner, University of Chicago) 3. Testing a Metric and Evaluation System for Innovation Benefits (Jerald Hage, University of Maryland College Park) 4. Evaluating Impact of the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act on Social Science: An NSF RAPID Proposal (Amy Pienta, University of Michigan Ann Arbor) B. Labor Market Specific Studies 5. Global Innovation and the Changing Nature of Domestic Engineering Work (Paul Leonardi, Northwestern University; Diane Bailey, University of Texas at Austin) 6. Federal Stimulus Funding for Research: An Assessment of Employment Responses (Sarah Turner, University of Virginia; John Bound, University of Michigan) 7. Assessing the Impact of Federal Stimulus R&D Funding on Employment and Scientific Output (Richard B. Freeman, NBER and Harvard University) C. Agency Specific Studies 8. Advocating for an Inventive and Transformative Recovery in National STEM Education (Anthony E. Kelly, George Mason University) 9. The Impact of Stimulus Spending on Energy Efficiency in a Low-Income Dallas Neighborhood: Implications for Science Policy (James Murdoch, Rachel Croson, and Catherine Eckel, University of Texas at Dallas) 10. RAPID Study of Economic Stimulus on Local Government Energy Innovation and Collaboration (Richard C. Feiock, Florida State University) 11. Economic Stimulus and Innovation Capacity at the Department of Energy (Fred Block, University of California-Davis) D. Non ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act) Rapid 12. From Bank to Bench to Breakthrough: Selection, Access, and Use of Human Stem Cell Research Methods (Jason Owen-Smith, University of Michigan Ann Arbor)
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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 109 SciSIP AWARDS 2010 A. Adoption and Diffusion of Knowledge 1. Learning Across Product, Workgroup, and Geographic Boundaries (Erica R.H. Fuchs, Linda Argote, and Dennis N. Epple, Carnegie Mellon University) 2. Clusters, Heritage and the Microfoundations of Spillovers - Lessons from Semi- Conductors (Steven Klepper and Francisco Veloso, Carnegie Mellon University) 3. Specific, General, and Target Sharing of Information Among Academic Researchers (Marcie C. Thursby, Jerry G. Thursby, NBER) B. Measuring and Tracking Science and Innovation 4. Innovation Personnel and Their Ecosystem: Career Choices and Trajectories of Scientists- Industry or Academia and Basic or Applied? (Rajshree Agarwal-Tronetti and Jay P. Kesan, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; Feniosky Pena-Mora, Columbia University) 5. Modeling Pharmaceutical Innovation Pipelines (Dissertation) (Kenneth Flamm and Alexandra Stone, University of Texas at Austin) 6. From Grant to Commercialization: An Integrated Demonstration Database which Permits Tracing, Assessing, and Measuring the Impact of Scientific Funding (Lee Fleming, Harvard University, and Vetle I. Torvik, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign) 7. Predictive Modeling of the Emergence and Development of Scientific Fields (David I Kaiser, David S. Jones, and Vincent A. Lepinay, MIT) C. Advancing Understanding of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 8. Firm IQ: A Universal, Uniform and Reliable Measure of R&D Effectiveness (Anne Marie Knott, Washington University in St. Louis) 9. Personal Credit, New Firm Formation and Entrepreneurial Firm Growth (Gordon M. Phillips, NBER; Ethan Cohen-Cole, University of Maryland) 10. Technology Disruptions in Industries: Assessing Their Frequency, Processes, and Impact (Kenneth L. Simons, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) 11. Innovation and Growth of Human Social Organizations from Cities to Corporations (Geoffrey B. West, Santa Fe Institute; Luis Bettencourt, Los Alamos National Laboratory) D. New Approaches to Studying Science and Innovation 12. Accelerating the Pace of Discovery by Changing the Peer Review Algorithm (Stefano Allesina, University of Chicago) 13. From Cycles to Spirals: Structural Analysis of Scientific Consensus Formation (Dissertation) (Peter S. Bearman and Uri Shwed, Columbia University) 14. Construct Utilization in the Behavioral Sciences (Kai R. Larsen and Jintae Lee, University of Colorado at Boulder; Eliot Rich, University at Albany)
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110 APPENDIX B 15. New Methods to Enhance Our Understanding of the Diversity of Science (Andrew K. McCallum and Hanna M.Wallach, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Fiona Murray, MIT) 16. Developing a Social-Cognitive, Multilevel, Empirically-Based Model of Public Engagement for the Shaping of Science and Innovation Policy (Lisa M. Pytlik Zillig and Alan J. Tomkins, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Peter Muhlberger, Texas Tech University) E. Understanding the Impact of Structures and Processes on Science 17. Management and Organizational Practices Across the US (Nicholas Bloom, Stanford University; Erik Brynjolfsson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; John Van Reenen, London School of Economics) 18. Toward a Theory of Innovation in Emerging Economies (Dan Breznitz, Georgia Tech) 19. Innovation in Social Networks (Nicole Immorlica, Northwestern University; Rachel E. Kranton, Duke University) 20. Bioethics Byplay? The Performances of Bioethics in the Private and Public Sectors (Dissertation) (Jason S. Robert and Jennifer E. Dyck Brian, Arizona State University.) 21. How Do Prizes Induce Innovation? Learning from the Google Lunar X-Prize (Dissertation) (Philip Shapira and Luciano Kay, Georgia Tech) 22. Scientific Knowledge Production for Solving Common Environmental Problems in a Developing Country (Dissertation) (David Winickoff and Javiera Barandiaran, University of California-Berkeley) F. Implementing Science Policy 23. Information Values in Translation: An Ethnography of Free and Open Source Software in Vietnam (Dissertation) (Leah A Lievrouw and Nguyen Lilly, University of California Los Angeles) 24. Choosing a Portfolio of Technology Policies in an Uncertain World (Gregory F. Nemet, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Erin D. Baker, University of Massachusetts-Amherst) 25. The NIH Public Access Policy: Establishing a Basis for Assessing a Science Policy (John Willinsky, Stanford University) 26. Government Responses to Network Failures: The Case of the Manufacturing Extension Partnerships (Dissertation) (Joshua D. Whitford, Columbia University; Andrew Schrank, University of New Mexico)
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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 111 SciSIP AWARDS 2012 62 A. Adoption and Diffusion of Knowledge 1. Tracing Influence & Predicting Impact in Science (James Evans and Andrey Rzhetsky, University of Chicago) 2. The Long-Term Regional Economic Impacts from Public Investment in University Research (Shawn Kantor and Alex Whalley, NBER) 3. Organizations and the Diffusion of Scientific Knowledge (Scott Stern and Michael Bikard, MIT) 4. Incubators of Knowledge: Predicting Protégé Productivity and Impact on the Social Sciences (Cassidy Sugimoto, Ying Ding, and Stasa Milojevic, Indiana University) 5. The NIH Public Access Policy: Potential Impact on Physicians and Community Health Organizations (John Willinsky, Stanford University) B. Understanding the Impact of Structures/Process on Science 6. The Evolving Research Enterprise (Maryann Feldman and Michael Roach, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) 7. Managing Community: The Organization and Management of Federal Research Funding Agencies (Michael Piore, MIT) 8. What Model for Public-Private Partnerships? Lessons from Existing Consortia for Administration of the U.S. National Network for Manufacturing Innovation (Erica Fuchs and David Hounshell, Carnegie Mellon University) 9. A Comparative Study of Structural Influences on User-Engaged Ecology Research (Mark Neff, Allegheny College) 10. ICES-GMU Workshop on Internationalization & Competitiveness (Eskil Ullberg and Daniel Houser, George Mason University) 11. Empirical Studies of Innovation in Health Care Markets (Heidi Williams, NBER) C. Advancing Understanding of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 12. Atlanta Competitive Advantage Conference PhD Student Workshop (William Bogner, Georgia State University) 13. Inter-Industry Differences in the Antecedents and Consequences of Industrial Scientists Mobility and Entrepreneurship Decisions (Rajshree Agarwall-Tronetti and Seth Carnahan, University of Maryland College Park; Martin Ganco, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities; Benjamin Campbell, Ohio State University) 62 In 2012, SciSIP program directors began documenting abstracts according to the year the awards were issued (the fiscal year) instead of the year of the solicitation and panel review. Therefore, these 2012 awards were reviewed by the SciSIP panel in 2011, and the 2013 awards were reviewed by the SciSIP panel in 2012. SciSIP proposal competitions occurred every year since the first solicitation in 2007.
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112 APPENDIX B D. New Approaches to Studying Science and Innovation 14. Understanding Innovative Science: The Case of the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery (Daniel Kleinman, Gregory Downey, and Noah Feinstein, University of Wisconsin Madison) 15. Evaluating the Effect of Cyberinfrastructure on Universities’ Production Process (Amy Apon, Linh Ngo, and Paul Wilson, Clemson University) 16. Sensible Science: A Sociometric Approach to Collaboration in Synthesis Groups (Edward Hackett, Arizona State University) 17. Incentives for Researcher Profile Maintenance and Access, and Their Value in Science and Innovation (Erik Lium, Claire Brindis, Mini Kahlon, and Tuhin Sinha, University of California San Francisco; Ian Foster, University of Chicago) 18. Scientific Collaboration in Time (Carl Lagoze, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, and Steven Jackson, Cornell University) E. Implementing Science Policy 19. Science of Science and Innovation Policy: Principal Investigator Conference, 2007- 2011 Awards (Kaye Husbands Fealing, National Academy of Sciences) 20. Balancing the Portfolio: Efficiency and Productivity of Federal Biomedical R&D Funding (Margaret Blume-Kohout, University of New Mexico, and David Newman, University of California-Irvine) 21. Effects of Immigrant Scientists and IPRS on Innovation (Petra Moser, NBER) 22. Estimating the Economic and Scientific Impact of Federal R&D Spending by Universities (Jason Owen-Smith and Margaret Levenstein, University of Michigan- Ann Arbor) 23. Collaborative Research: Women in Science and Technology Policy (Kaye Husbands Fealing, Jennifer Kuzma, Debra Fitzpatrick, University of Minnesota; Susan Cozzens (Georgia Tech); Laurel Smith-Doerr (Boston University) 24. 2012 Science and Technology Policy Gordon Research Seminar (Susan Cozzens and Nancy Gray, Gordon Research Conferences) F. Measuring and Tracking Science and Innovation 25. Using Researcher Profiles to Demonstrate the Impact of Investments in Science (Griffin Weber, Harvard University) 26. Connecting Outcome Measures of Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Science (COMETS) (Lynne Zucker and Michael Darby, NBER) 27. The Impact of Research and Development on Quality, Productivity, and Welfare (Amil Petrin, University of Minnesota Twin Cities) 28. Career Dynamics in the Science and Engineering Workforce (Catherine Weinberger, University of California-Santa Barbara) 29. Investing in Science, Research and Technology: Where Is the Biggest Bang for the Buck? (Sandy Dall’erba and Jaewon Lim, University of Arizona)
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SCIENCE OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY 113 SciSIP AWARDS 2013 A. Adoption and Diffusion of Knowledge 1. CAREER: Empirical Studies of Technology Adoption (Pascaline Dupas, Stanford University) 2. Doctoral Dissertation: Innovation by Users in Emerging Economies and Impacts on Innovation Policy: Evidence from Mobile Bank (Serguey Braguinsky and Paul van der Boor, Carnegie Mellon University) 3. Drivers and Effects of Technology Adoption (Diego Comin, NBER) 4. The Initial Career Transitions of Science & Engineering PhDs (Henry Sauermann, Georgia Tech) B. Understanding the Impact of Structures/Process on Science 5. CAREER: Incentives, Diversity, and Scientific Problem Choice (Kevin Zollman, Carnegie Mellon University) 6. Collaborative Research: BRIDGES: Building Resources through Integrating Disciplines for Group Effectiveness in Science (Theresa Lant, Pace University; Maritza Salazar, Claremont Graduate University) 7. Collaborative Research: Multi-Team System Design for Maximizing Scientific, Technological, & Policy Innovation (Stephen Zaccaro, George Mason University; Lorelei Crerar, George Mason University; Leslie DeChurch and Ruth Kanfer, Georgia Tech) 8. Collaborative Research: Technology, Collaboration, and Learning: Modeling Complex International Innovation Partnerships (Danielle Wood, Johns Hopkins University; Dava Newman, MIT) 9. Contracting for Innovation: The Governance of University-Industry Partnerships (Steven Casper, Keck Graduate Institute) 10. Doctoral Dissertation: A Global Partnership Approach to Clean Energy Technology Innovation: Carbon Capture and Storage (David Sonnenfeld and Xiaoliang Yang, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry) 11. International Partnerships and Technological Leapfrogging in China’s Clean Energy Sector (Joanna Lewis, Georgetown University) 12. The Executive Science Network: University Trustees and the Organization of University Industry Exchanges (Sheila Slaughter, University of Georgia) C. Advancing Understanding of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 13. Circling the Triangle: Understanding Dynamic Regional Economies (Maryann Feldman, and Nichola Lowe, University of North Carolina) D. New Approaches to Studying Science and Innovation 14. EAGER: Understanding Technological Change from the Map of Capabilities (HyeJin Youn, Santa Fe Institute; Aaron Clauset, University of Colorado)
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114 APPENDIX B 15. Expanding Understanding of the Innovation Process: R&D and Non-R&D Innovation (John Walsh, Georgia Tech) 16. Research Development Workshop - Atlanta Competitive Advantage Conference 2013- 2015 (William Bogner, Georgia State University) E. Implementing Science Policy 17. A Transdisciplinary Deliberative Model for Just Research and Policy: Toward Resolving The Crisis of Vanishing Insect Pollinators (Daniel Kleinman, University of Wisconsin-Madison) 18. Advancing Behavioral and Social Science Research for Public Policy: The Policy Roundtable of the Behavioral and Social Sciences (Miron Straf, National Academy of Sciences) 19. Credibility and Use of Scientific and Technical Information in Science Policy Making: An Analysis of the Information Bases of the National Research Council’s Committee Reports (Barry Bozeman, Arizona State University; Jan Youtie, Georgia Tech; Jeffrey Wenger, University of Georgia) 20. ENGAGE - Behavioral responses to advanced energy metering technology: A large scale experiment (Magali Delmas, William Kaiser, and Noah Goldstein, University of California-Los Angeles) 21. Innovation in an Aging Society (NIH co-funded project) (Bruce Weinberg, The Ohio State University; Gerald Marschke, University of California-Davis; Subhra Saha, Cleveland State University) F. Measuring and Tracking Science and Innovation 22. Building Community and a New Data Infrastructure for Science Policy (Jason Owen- Smith, University of Michigan; Julia Lane, American Institutes of Research; Margaret Levenstein, University of Michigan) 23. Discovering Collaboration Network Structures and Dynamics in Big Data (Jian Qin, Jeffrey Stanton, and Jun Wang, Syracuse University) 24. Planning Meeting on Indicators of Doctoral Education (Connie Citro, National Academy of Sciences) 25. Small Business Programs, Innovation, and Growth: Estimating Policy Effects Using Comprehensive Firm-Level Panel Data (John Earle, George Mason University) 26. The Biographies of Scientific Ideas: What the Content and Structure of Citations Reveal About the Diffusion of Knowledge (Freda Lynn, University of Iowa; Michael Sauder, University of Iowa)
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COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL STATISTICS The Committee on National Statistics was established in 1972 at the National Academies to improve the statistical methods and information on which public policy decisions are based. The committee carries out studies, workshops, and other activities to foster better measures and fuller understanding of the economy, the environment, public health, crime, education, immigration, poverty, welfare, and other public policy issues. It also evaluates ongoing statistical programs and tracks the statistical policy and coordinating activities of the federal government, serving a unique role at the intersection of statistics and public policy. The committee’s work is supported by a consortium of federal agencies through a National Science Foundation grant.
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