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Modelling Schumpeter's Theory of Innovation as a Basis for Innovation Policy: An Experimental Approach
Award Abstract: Any science requires the following elements: phenomena; empirical data that describe those phenomena; hypotheses at various levels to connect, explain a
Award Abstract: Throughout the last decades, tightening budgets and an increasing competition between research projects have stimulated the development of new approaches
Scholar's Award Proposal for Investigating the Origins and Evolution of the 'Basic Research' as a Political Symbol
Award Abstract: Understanding symbols in political discourse is important because symbols shape how policy problems and options are framed.
Award Abstract: Innovation and discovery involve individuals working successfully together in teams.
Collaborative Research: Tracking Scientific Innovation from Usage Data: Models and Tools to Support a Science of Science
Award Abstract: This project develops a set of tools that allow organizations investing in Science and Engineering to identify and predict the emergence of innovative r
Mark Taylor (Georgia Tech)
Award Abstract: This project addresses an important gap in the science of science and innovation policy scholarship by explaining why well-designed science and innovati
Examining the Link between Informal Social Networks and Innovation: Using Netometrics to Quantify the Value of a Distributed Hetarchical Network
Award Abstract: This study analyzes the interactions between scientists and innovators in an informal virtual hetarchical social network (VHSN) using self-report question
Collaborative Research: MOD and TLS: A Predictive Simulation Model of Competitive Dynamics in Innovation
Risto Miikkulainen (University of Texas at Austin)
Award Abstract: This award is funded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).
Award Abstract: The United States over the past two decades has seen an explosion of patent awards across a wide variety of technologies, and a dramatic increase in the