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Bibliography TECHNOLOGY POLICY Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, New Thinking and Ameri­ can Defense Technology ( New York, August 1 990 ) . Carnegie Commission o n Science, Technology, and Government, Technology a n d Economic Performance: Organizing the Execu tive Branch for a Stronger Na tional Technology Base ( New York, September 1 99 1 ) . Council on Competitiveness, Picking up the Pace: The Commercial Challenge to American Innova tion ( Washington, DC, 1 98 8 ) . Council o n Competitiveness, Gaining New Ground: Technology Priorities for America 's Fu ture (Washington, DC, 1 99 1 ) . Executive Office of the President, Office of Science and Technology Policy, U. S. Technology Policy (Washington, DC, September 26, 1 990 ) . National Advisory Committee o n Semiconductors, A Stra tegic Industry a t Risk, First Annual Report ( Arlington, VA, November 1 , 1 98 9 ) ; Capital Investmen t in Semiconductors: The Lifeblood of the U. S. Semiconductor Indus try ( Working Paper, nd, np ) . National Association o f Manufacturers, Technology Policy Recommenda tions ( Washington, DC, July 1 990 ) . Philip Shapira, Modernizing Manufacturing: New Policies t o Build Industrial Extension Services ( Washington, DC: Economic Policy Institute, 1 990 ) . U . S . Congress, Office o f Technology Assessment, Making Things Better: Competing in Manufacturing, OTA-ITE-443 ( Washington, DC : U . S . Government Printing Office, February 1 990 ) . U . S . Congress, Office o f Technology Assessment, Paying the Bill: Manufacturing and Ameri­ ca 's Trade Deficit, OTA-ITE-390 ( Washington, DC: U . S . Government Printing Office, June 1 98 8 ) . CRITICAL TECHNOLOGIES Aerospace Industries Association, Key Technologies for the 1 990s: An Overview ( Washing­ ton, DC, November 1 98 7 ) . Computer Systems Policy Project, Perspectives: Success Factors i n Critical Technologies ( Washington, DC, July 1 990 ) . Computer Systems Policy Project, Perspectives o n U. S. Technology Policy, Part I: The Federal R &JD Investmen t ( Washington, DC, February 1 99 1 ) . Computer Systems Policy Project, Perspectives on U. S. Technology Policy, Part II: Increasing Industry Involvemen t ( Washington, DC, February 1 99 1 ) . U . S . Department of Commerce, Technology Administration, Emerging Technologies: A Survey of Technical and Economic Opportunities ( Washington, DC, Spring 1 990 ) . 46

U . S . Department of Defense, Critical Technologies Plan ( Report to the Committee on Armed Services, U . S . Congress, 1 98 9 ) . U . S . Department o f Defense, Critical Technologies Plan ( Report t o the Committee o n Armed Services, U . S . Congress, 1 990 ) . U . S . National Critical Technologies Panel, Report o f the Na tional Critical Technologies Panel ( Washington, DC: U . S . Government Printing Office, March 1 99 1 ) . 47

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