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Toward Infrastructure Improvement: An Agenda for Research REFERENCES Blake, N. M. 1956. Water for the Cities: A History of the Urban Water Supply Problem in the United States. Maxwell School Series III. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press. BRB (Building Research Board). 1986. Construction Productivity. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. BRB. 1988. Building for Tomorrow: Global Enterprise and the U.S. Construction Industry. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. CERF (Civil Engineering Research Foundation). 1991a. Setting a National Research Agenda for the Civil Engineering Profession. 1,2 (August). Washington, D.C. CERF. 1991b. Transferring Research into Practice: Lessons from Japan's Construction Industry. Washington, D.C.: Civil Engineering Research Foundation. CERF. 1993a. Federal Public Works Infrastructure R&D: A New Perspective. Report Number 93-EF1003. Washington, D.C.: Civil Engineering Research Foundation. CERF. 1993b. High-Performance Construction Materials and Systems: An Essential Program for America and Its Infrastructure—Executive Report . Report Number 93-N5011.E. Washington, D.C.: Civil Engineering Research Foundation. CERF. 1993c. A Nationwide Survey of Civil Engineering-Related R&D. Report 93-5006. Washington, D.C.: Civil Engineering Research Foundation. CIS Task Committee. 1993. Civil Engineering Systems Research: A Self-Study of the NSF Role. Prepared for Engineering Strategic Planning Committee, Washington, D.C.: National Science Foundation (unpublished, internal document). Cohen, L. R., and R. G. Noll. 1992. Research and Development, in Setting Domestic Priorities. H.J. Aaron and C. L. Schultz, eds. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution.

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