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Lewis M. Branscomb

Lewis M. Branscomb

Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

Member of the Board, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Contact:
Email: Lewis_Branscomb@harvard.edu
Website: http://www.branscomb.org

 

 

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1999 (continued)

June 28, 1999

New Strategies for Utilization of Science and Technology Research Results for Industrial Development

Report

By Eui-Jae Kim, Former Research Fellow, Harvard Information Infrastructure Project/Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program and Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

 

May, 1999

Le mariage de la science et de la technologie

Journal Article, Unecso Le Courrier

By Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

1998

December 6, 1998

Understanding Private-Sector Decision Making on Early-Stage, High-Risk, Technology-Based Projects

Report

By Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

 

March 12, 1998

Who Should Fund Basic Technology?

Journal Article, Nature, issue 6672, volume 392

By Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

1997

Fall 1997

The Demand for and Supply of Technical Information and Analysis in State Legislatures

Journal Article, Policy Studies Journal, issue 3, volume 25

By David Guston, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 1992-1993 and Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

 

July, 1997

Technology Policy: Resolving the Ideological Confusion

Journal Article, The Bridge, issue 2, volume 27

By Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

 

April 24, 1997

"Investing in Innovation: Toward A Consensus Strategy for Federal Technology Policy"

Working Paper

By David Hart, Former Associate Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School and Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

 

April, 1997

From Technology Politics to Technology Policy

Journal Article, Issues in Science and Technology, issue 3, volume 13

By Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

1996

December 18, 1996

Social Capital: The Key Element in Science-Based Development

Journal Article, Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., volume 798

By Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

 

August, 1996

Informed Legislatures: Coping with Science in a Democracy

Book

By David Guston, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 1992-1993 and Lewis M. Branscomb, Director Emeritus of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program; Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Corporate Management

 

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