American Science Policy since World War II

American Science Policy since World War II

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Looks at the history of government involvement in science, explains how scientific research is applied towards national goals, and suggests ways to revitalize national researchErgas is cautious about drawing wide-ranging policy implications from his analysis, but several conclusions seem clear. ... A promising beginning effort is the National Academy of Sciencea#39;s white paper, aquot;Federal Science and Technology Budget Priorities, aquot; ... This should be structured in such a way that it can be used by both the Executive Branch and Congress as a method for reviewing program contentsanbsp;...

Title:American Science Policy since World War II
Author: Bruce Smith
Publisher:Brookings Institution Press - 2011-02-01

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