PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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Papers from a National Academy of Sciences Colloquium on Science, Technology, and the Economy

 

 

Science, technology, and economic growth
Ariel Pakes and Kenneth L.Sokoloff

 

12655–12657

 

 

Trends and patterns in research and development expenditures in the United States
Adam B.Jaffe

 

12658–12663

 

 

Measuring science: An exploration
James Adams and Zvi Griliches

 

12664–12670

 

 

Flows of knowledge from universities and federal laboratories: Modeling the flow of patent citations over time and across institutional and geographic boundaries
Adam B.Jaffe and Manuel Trajtenberg

 

12671–12677

 

 

The future of the national laboratories
Linda R.Cohen and Roger G.Noll

 

12678–12685

 

 

Long-term change in the organization of inventive activity
Naomi R.Lamoreaux and Kenneth L.Sokoloff

 

12686–12692

 

 

National policies for technical change: Where are the increasing returns to economic research?
Keith Pavitt

 

12693–12700

 

 

Are the returns to technological change in health care declining?
Mark McClellan

 

12701–12708

 

 

Star scientists and institutional transformation: Patterns of invention and innovation in the formation of the biotechnology industry
Lynne G.Zucker and Michael R.Darby

 

12709–12716

 

 

Evaluating the federal role in financing health-related research
Alan M.Garber and Paul M.Romer

 

12717–12724

 

 

Public-private interaction in pharmaceutical research
Iain Cockburn and Rebecca Henderson

 

12725–12730

 

 

Environmental change and hedonic cost functions for automobiles
Steven Berry, Samuel Kortum, and Ariel Pakes

 

12731–12738

 

 

Sematech: Purpose and Performance
Douglas A.Irwin and Peter J.Klenow

 

12739–12742

 

 

The challenge of contracting for technological information
Richard Zeckhauser

 

12743–12748

 

 

An economic analysis of unilateral refusals to license intellectual property
Richard J.Gilbert and Carl Shapiro

 

12749–12755



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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Table of Contents Papers from a National Academy of Sciences Colloquium on Science, Technology, and the Economy     Science, technology, and economic growth Ariel Pakes and Kenneth L.Sokoloff   12655–12657     Trends and patterns in research and development expenditures in the United States Adam B.Jaffe   12658–12663     Measuring science: An exploration James Adams and Zvi Griliches   12664–12670     Flows of knowledge from universities and federal laboratories: Modeling the flow of patent citations over time and across institutional and geographic boundaries Adam B.Jaffe and Manuel Trajtenberg   12671–12677     The future of the national laboratories Linda R.Cohen and Roger G.Noll   12678–12685     Long-term change in the organization of inventive activity Naomi R.Lamoreaux and Kenneth L.Sokoloff   12686–12692     National policies for technical change: Where are the increasing returns to economic research? Keith Pavitt   12693–12700     Are the returns to technological change in health care declining? Mark McClellan   12701–12708     Star scientists and institutional transformation: Patterns of invention and innovation in the formation of the biotechnology industry Lynne G.Zucker and Michael R.Darby   12709–12716     Evaluating the federal role in financing health-related research Alan M.Garber and Paul M.Romer   12717–12724     Public-private interaction in pharmaceutical research Iain Cockburn and Rebecca Henderson   12725–12730     Environmental change and hedonic cost functions for automobiles Steven Berry, Samuel Kortum, and Ariel Pakes   12731–12738     Sematech: Purpose and Performance Douglas A.Irwin and Peter J.Klenow   12739–12742     The challenge of contracting for technological information Richard Zeckhauser   12743–12748     An economic analysis of unilateral refusals to license intellectual property Richard J.Gilbert and Carl Shapiro   12749–12755

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