return on investment

Sarewitz, D. “Does Science Policy Matter? It would if we had a real science policy, but what we have now is science politics.” Issues in Science and Technology, Summer 2007

In this article Sarewitz argues that the marginal changes to the annual budget speak to the interal politics of science, but offer little information about the health of science enterprise a



The Economic Benefits of Publicly Funded Basic Research: A Critical Review by Salter & Martin

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J. Salter, Ammon; R. Martin, Ben. Research Policy 30 2001. 509-532. February 2000



S&T Metrics Radical Discovery and Innovation by Kostoff

Ronald N. Kostoff. 2005 July

S&T Accountability- the identification and assessment/evaluation o the S&T related effects resulting from S&T expenditures.



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