In 1945, Vannevar Bush, founder of Raytheon and one-time engineering dean at MIT, delivered a report to the president of the United States that argued for the importance of public support for science, and the importance of science for the future of the nation. The report, Science: The Endless Frontier, set America on a path toward strong and well-funded institutions of science, creating an intellectual architecture that still defines scientific endeavor today. In The Changing Frontier, Adam B. Jaffe and Benjamin Jones bring together a group of prominent scholars to consider the changes in science and innovation in the ensuing decades. The contributors take on such topics as changes in the organization of scientific research, the geography of innovation, modes of entrepreneurship, and the structure of research institutions and linkages between science and innovation. An important analysis of where science stands today, The Changing Frontier will be invaluable to practitioners and policy makers alike.To the extent that developers have expectations, those would appear to favor the original incumbent iOS/iTunes Store ... The Amazon Kindle platform and the related Amazon Kindle online store represent an important mediadistribution and anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Changing Frontier|
|Author||:||Adam B. Jaffe, Benjamin F. Jones|
|Publisher||:||University of Chicago Press - 2015-08-24|