Melvil Decimal System: 338.97306
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Philosophy and Psychology
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Biography and History
Social Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology
Public Administration, Military Science
Social Problems, Social Services
Commerce, Communications, Transportation
Customs, Etiquette, Folklore
Capital; Labor; Wages
Of Land & Natural Resources
Socialism; Communism; Fascism; Anarchism
Public Finance & Taxation
Protection and Free Trade
Macroeconomics, Wealth Inequality, etc.
Water products; Fish, ice, etc.
Manufactured products; Machinery in industry
Economic Development And Growth
Particular Policy Tendencies
Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean
South Central U.S.
West Coast U.S.
Works under MDS 338.97306
- Pasteurs Quadrant: Basic Science and Technological Innovation by Donald E. Stokes
- Frontiers Of Illusion: Science, Technology and the Politics of Progress by Daniel Sarewitz
- American Science Policy Since World War II by Bruce L. R. Smith
- Science Next: Innovation for the Common Good from the Center for American Progress by Jonathan D. Moreno
- The fragile contract : university science and the federal government by David H. Guston
- Working With Congress: A Practical Guide for Scientists and Engineers by Jr. William G. Wells
- Science on Stage: Expert Advice as Public Drama by Stephen Hilgartner
- Lost at the frontier : U.S. science and technology policy adrift by Deborah Shapley
- Science and Technology Policy in the United States: Open Systems in Action by Sylvia Kraemer
- Scientific Innovation, Philosophy, and Public Policy: Volume 13, Part 2 (Social Philosophy and Policy) (Vol 13, Pt.2) by Ellen Frankel Paul
- Peerless science : peer review and U.S. science policy by Daryl E. Chubin
- America's Struggle for Leadership in Technology by Jean-Claude Derian
- Silencing science : national security controls and scientific communication by Harold Relyea
- Science and technology advice to the President, Congress, and Judiciary by William T. Golden
- Science advice to the president by William T. Golden
- Understanding Technological Politics: A Decision-Making Approach by Patrick W. Hamlett
- Observations on the President's Fiscal Year 2003 Federal Science and Technology Budget by Committee on the Federal Science and Technology Budget
- The advisers : scientists in the policy process by Bruce L. R. Smith
- Science Policy and Politics by Alexander J. Morin
- Computerization Movements and Technology Diffusion: From Mainframes to Ubiquitous Computing by Margaret S. Elliott
- Competitiveness Through Technology: What Business Needs from Government by Jerry Dermer
- Ferdinand V. Hayden : entrepreneur of science by James G. Cassidy
- Funding Science in America: Congress, Universities, and the Politics of the Academic Pork Barrel by James D. Savage
- Observations on the President's Fiscal Year 2000 Federal Science and Technology Budget (Compass Series) by Science, Engineering, and ...
- Between Politics and Science: Assuring the Integrity and Productivity of Reseach by David H. Guston
- The Outlook for Science and Technology 1985 by Science, Engineering, and ...
- The Future Is Now: Science And Technology Policy in America Since 1950 by Alan I. Marcus
- Technology security and national power : winners and losers by Stephen D. Bryen
- Poliscide by Theodore J. Lowi
- U.S. Competitiveness in Science and Technology by Titus Galama
- Research Regulatory Compliance by Mark A. Suckow
- Science for Sale: How the US Government Uses Powerful Corporations and Leading Universities to Support Government Policies, Silence Top Scientists, Jeopardize Our Health, and Protect Corporate Profits by David L. Lewis
- In Sputnik's Shadow: The President's Science Advisory Committee and Cold War America by Zuoyue Wang
- Science, technology, and public policy by Richard P Barke
- Who Will Do Science?: Educating the Next Generation by Professor Willie Pearson Jr.
- Industrial research laboratories of the United States including consulting research laboratories by Callie Hull
- University-Industry R&D Collaboration in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan by Dianne Rahm
- Politics on the Endless Frontier: Postwar Research Policy in the United States by Daniel Lee Kleinman
- A distant light : scientists and public policy by Henry W. Kendall
- Technology policy and critical technologies : a summary of recent reports by Mary Ellen Mogee
- Relations between government and science : a session held Tuesday, March 10, 1964 as part of the annual meeting of the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences by National Research Council ...
- Science, technology, and the federal government national goals for a new era by Committee on Science Engineering and Public Policy
- Advances in public-private partnerships. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Public-Private Partnerships, Austin, Texas May 26 29, 2015 by Zhanmin Zhang
- Federal research and development contract trends and the supporting industrial base, 2000-2015 by Jesse Ellman
- Doomsday Lobby: Hype and Panic from Sputniks, Martians, and Marauding Meteors, The by James T. Bennett
- Technology Transfer Systems in the United States and Germany: Lessons and Perspectives by Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Re
- Global Science & Technology Information: A Mew Spin on Access by Caroline S. Wagner
- Concerning Federally Sponsored Inducement Prizes in Engineering and Science: Report of the Steering Committee for the Workshop to Assess the Potential for Promoting Technological Advance Through Government-Sponsored Prizes and Contests, 30 April 1999, Washington, D.C
- Optimizing the Nation's Investment in Academic Research: A New Regulatory Framework for the 21st Century by Committee on Science Affairs, Technology, and Law Board on Higher Education and Workforce Policy and Global
- Downsizing science : will the United States pay a price? by Kenneth M. Brown
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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