10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

SESSION III. Accounting for Innovation Inputs and Outputs


Issues: Strengths and weaknesses of R&D and patent data, integrating firm R&D into industry- and national-level accounts, intellectual capital valuation, S&E personnel, technology adoption and diffusion.


Examples of information sources: NSF R&D survey, BEA's R&D satellite account, patent data, innovation surveys, SEC filings, doctoral surveys, Census Surveys of Manufacturing Technology


Chair: Dale W. Jorgenson, Harvard University and STEP Board




William F. Long, Business Performance Research Associates


Adam B. Jaffe, Brandeis University


Baruch Lev, New York University


J. Steven Landefeld, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce




Robert H. McGuckin, III, The Conference Board


Dominique Guellec, OECD


Francis Narin, CHI Research


Charlotte V. Kuh, National Research Council

12:30–1:15 p.m.


1:15–2:45 p.m.

SESSION IV. The Process and Performance of Industrial Innovation


Issues: Increased external sourcing and collaboration, restructuring of in-house corporate R&D, internationalization of research and innovation


Examples of information sources: NSF pilot innovation survey, Yale surveys, Canadian and European innovation surveys


Chair: Mark B. Myers




Wesley M. Cohen, Carnegie Mellon University


John Baldwin, Statistics Canada




Jules J. Duga, Battelle Memorial Institute


Charles F. Larson, Industrial Research Institute

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