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Suggested Citation:" C. Participants List." National Research Council. 2002. Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10282.
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Appendix C
Participants List*

Sid Abrams*

AT Kearney

Alfred Aho*

Lucent

Bruce Alberts

National Academy of Sciences

Jeff Alexander

Washington CORE

Alan Anderson

National Research Council

Philip Aspden

National Research Council

Anita Balachandra

Department of Commerce

Jon Baron

Department of Defense

Kathy Behrens

Robertson Stephens Investment Management

Robert Borchers

National Science Foundation

Jeff Brancato

Columbia University

Timothy Bresnahan*

Stanford University

Erik Brynjolfsson*

MIT

Vinton Cerf*

WorldCom

McAlister Clabaugh

National Research Council

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Speakers

Suggested Citation:" C. Participants List." National Research Council. 2002. Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10282.
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Donald Dalton

Department of Commerce

David Dierksheide

National Research Council

George Elliott

National Research Council

Kenneth Flamm*

University of Texas at Austin

Alan Ganek*

IBM

Marie Garcia

Sandia National Laboratories

Gurmukh Gill

Department of Commerce

Ralph Gomory*

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Shane Greenstein*

Northwestern University

Bronwyn Hall

University of California at Berkeley

David Henry

Department of Commerce

John Horrigan

Pew Internet Project

Kathleen Kingscott

IBM

Norm Kreisman

Department of Energy

Dale Jorgenson

Harvard University

Dan Ling*

Microsoft

Jeffrey Macher

Georgetown University

Elliot Maxwell*

Department of Commerce

Stephen Merrill

National Research Council

David Morgenthaler

Morgenthaler Ventures

David Mowery*

University of California at Berkeley

Mark Myers

Xerox (retired)

Michael Nelson

IBM

Robert Norwood

NASA

Inja Paik

Department of Energy

Margaret Polski

AT Kearney

Barry Press

Washington CORE

Lee Price*

Department of Commerce

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Speakers

Suggested Citation:" C. Participants List." National Research Council. 2002. Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10282.
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Bill Raduchel*

AOL

Craig Schultz

National Research Council

Robert Schwartz

Virginia Center for Innovative Technology

Robert Shapiro*

Department of Commerce

Lawrence Slifman

Federal Reserve Board

William Spencer*

International SEMATECH

Debbie Stine

National Research Council

Charles Wessner

National Research Council

Alan White

Analysis Group Economics

Alan Wm. Wolff

Dewey Ballantine

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Speakers

Suggested Citation:" C. Participants List." National Research Council. 2002. Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10282.
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Sustaining the New Economy will require public policies that remain relevant to the rapid technological changes that characterize it. While data and its timely analysis are key to effective policy-making, we do not yet have adequate statistical images capturing changes in productivity and growth brought about by the information technology revolution. This report on a STEP workshop highlights the need for more information and the challenges faced in measuring the New Economy and sustaining its growth.

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