"...should help mobilize Government support for the nation's slipping technological and international trade position...." Leonard Silk, The New York Times. A blue-ribbon panel takes a critical look at the state of U.S. leadership in technological innovation and trade.
Table of Contents
|1. Advanced Technology: Its Nature and Importance to the United States||20-27|
|2. National Policies Affecting Advanced Technology Capacity and Competition||28-38|
|3. Policies and Practices Affecting U.S. Competitiveness in Advanced Technology||39-51|
|4. Conclusions and Recommendations||52-56|
|Biographies of the Panel Members||61-66|
|Commissioned Papers of the Panel||67-68|
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