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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2002. Using Human Resource Data to Track Innovation: Summary of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10475.
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Appendix B List of Participants

James Adams

University of Florida

Clifford Adelman

Department of Education

Martin Apple

CSSP

Tom Arrison

National Academies

Eleanor L. Babco

Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology

Anita Balachandra

U.S. Department of Commerce

Grant Black

Georgia State University

Jennifer Bond

National Science Foundation

Mark Boroush

National Institutes of Health

Bob Burkart

Industrial Research Institute

Eric Campbell

Partners Healthcare System

Roger Chalkley

Vanderbilt University Medical School

Dennis Chamot

National Academies

Mike Champness

NAB

Melvyn Ciment

Potomac Institute for Policy Studies

McAlister Clabaugh

National Academies

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2002. Using Human Resource Data to Track Innovation: Summary of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10475.
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Ron Cooper

U.S. Small Business Administration

Marc Cummings

U.S. Department of Commerce

Roman Czujko

American Institute of Physics

Stephen Dahms

San Diego State University

Walter Diewald

National Academies

Nancy Donovan

U.S. General Accounting Office

Sidney Draggan

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Chad Evans

Council on Competitiveness

Maryann Feldman

Johns Hopkins University

Pam Flattau

Flattau Associates, LLC

Brian Flinchum

University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Barbara Fraumeni

Bureau of Economic Analysis

Fred Gault

Statistics Canada

Mary Golladay

National Science Foundation

Cary Gravatt

Department of Commerce

Jong-on Hahm

National Academies

Diane Hicks

CHI Research

John Horrigan

National Academies

Diana Hoyt

NASA

Susanne Huttner

University of California

John Jankowski

National Science Foundation

Brad Jensen

Bureau of the Census

Elmima Johnson

National Science Foundation

Gretchen Jordan

Sandia National Laboratories

Robin Kawazoe

National Institutes of Health

Maryellen Kelley

NIST

Nancy Kirkendall

Energy Information Agency

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2002. Using Human Resource Data to Track Innovation: Summary of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10475.
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Sylvia Kraemer

NASA

Charlotte Kuh

National Academies

Julia Lane

American University

Al Link

University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Bill Long

Business Performance Research Associates

Tom Mahoney

West Virginia Manufacturing Extension Partnership

Brian Mannix

The Manufacturers Alliance/ MAPI Inc.

Michael McElroy

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Michael McGeary

McGeary & Smith

Stephen A. Merrill

National Academies

Jarle Moen

Harvard University

Percy Moleke

Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa

Youhyun Moon

Korean Embassy

Robert Morgan

National Science Foundation

Mark Myers

Xerox Corporation

Robin Nazzaro

U.S. General Accounting Office

Judy Nyquist

National Academies

Kathie Olsen

NASA

Inja Paik

Department of Energy

Linda Parker

National Science Foundation

Benjamin Powell

University of Pennsylvania

Walter (Woody) Powell

Stanford University

Phanish Puranam

University of Pennsylvania

Stephen Quigley

Science Policy & Management Consultant

Samuel Rankin, III

American Mathematical Society

Alan Rapoport

National Science Foundation

Scott Rayder

House Committee on Science

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2002. Using Human Resource Data to Track Innovation: Summary of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10475.
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Diane Raynes

U.S. General Accounting Office

Proctor Reid

National Academy of Engineering

Robert Rich

American Chemical Society

Daniel Rodriquez

U.S. General Accounting Office

Sally Rood

Federal Laboratory Consortium

Tom Rozzell

National Academies

Rosalie Ruegg

NIST

Walter Schaffer

National Institutes of Health

Craig Schultz

National Academies

James Schuttinga

National Institutes of Health

Scott Shane

University of Maryland

Donald Siegel

School of Management

Emily Smail

National Academies

Jim Spletzer

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Paula Stephan

Georgia State University

Debbie Stine

National Academies

Miron Straf

National Academies

Peter Syverson

Council of Graduate Schools

Barbara Torrey

National Academies

Wm. J. Valdez

U.S. Department of Energy

Debbie Van Opstal

Council on Competitiveness

Bruno van Pottelsberghe

Free University of Brussels

Philip Webre

Congressional Budget Office

Scott Weidman

National Academies

Douglas P. Wilson

Eli Lilly and Company

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2002. Using Human Resource Data to Track Innovation: Summary of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10475.
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Despite the fact that technology is embodied in human as well as physical capital and that interactions among technically trained people are critical to innovation and technology diffusion, data on scientists, engineers and other professionals have not been adequately exploited to illuminate the productivity of and changing patterns in innovation. STEP convened a workshop to examine how data on qualifications and career paths, mobility, cross sector relationships, and the structure of work in firms could shed light on issues of research productivity, interactions among private and public sector institutions, and other aspects of innovation.

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