Browsing 2011 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy by Subject "Globalization"
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Cosmopolitanism in Science: A Productivity Study (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-15)Engaging concepts inherent to knowledge production studies, we examine Merton s cosmopolitanism ideal type through a contemporary lens regarding the role of cosmopolitan dimensions in shaping scientific output. Using survey ...
Global Obstacles to Disruptive Innovation In Sustainable Agriculture and Energy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-15)The U.S. national innovation system has a dual structure: part suited to rapid innovation, and part stubbornly resistant to change. The complex established “legacy” sectors (CELS) that resist change share common features ...
Participation and Publication Practices in Global Team Science (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-17)Science is increasingly organized in global teams, but it remains unclear under which conditions participation in global team science result in authorships for different team members. Taking clinical research as an example, ...
What are the Main Determinants Behind the Three Dimensions of Globalization of Technology? Insights From Developed and Developing Countries (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-16)