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Champion, Elinor J. 1998 "The Survey of Industrial Research and Development: Overview and Recent Developments." Presentation to the Census Advisory Committee of Professional Associations. April 23, 1998.

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Mulvey, Patrick J. 1998 "1997 Initial Employment Report: Follow-up of 1996 Physics Degree Recipients," AIP Report, July 1998.

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1996a The Path to the Ph.D.: Measuring Graduate Attrition in the Sciences and Humanities. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

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1998c Trends in the Early Careers of Life Scientists. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

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The science and engineering enterprise has continued to evolve, responding over the last decade to increased economic globalization, a post-cold war military, federal budget fluctuations, and structural changes in the way science and engineering are conducted and innovations are adopted. This report suggests ways to revise the data collection activities of the Science Resources Studies Division (SRS) of the National Science Foundation to better capture the current realities of R&D funding and S&E human resources. The report’s recommendations would improve the relevance of the data on graduate education, the labor market for scientists and engineers, and the funding and conduct of research and development, and thus better meet the data needs of policymakers, managers, and researchers.

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