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Jeffrey Smith (University of Michigan Ann Arbor)
Award Abstract: Perhaps no issue is more important for US science policy than understanding why qualified women (and men) do or do not choose careers in science and eng
Award Abstract: The traditional measures of scientific productivity have been publications and citations.
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
Collaborative Research: RAPID: Developing Real Time Metrics on the Effects of ARRA Investments on Technological Invention
Jose Lobo (Arizona State University)
Award Abstract: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) included a significant amount of public investments directed at fostering innovations in scien
MOD: Co-Evolution of Innovative Products by Purposive Agents and the Growth of Technological Complexity
Robert Axtell (George Mason University))
William Kennedy (Co-Principal Investigator)
Award Abstract: Innovation is a driving force in the economy, and is often accompanied by technological complexity.
Volume 2, Issue 1, October 2009
Abstracts for the 2009 SciSIP RAPID Awardees.
United States Government Printing Office. 6 January 2009