Science and Technology Policy: Priorities of Governments

Tisdell, C. A. Science and Technology Policy: Priorities of Governments. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Verlag, 2013. doi:10.1007/978-94-011-6932-5


Author Tisdell, C. A.
Title Science and Technology Policy: Priorities of Governments
Place of Publication Dordrecht, Netherlands
Publisher Springer Verlag
Publication year 2013
Sub-type Research book (original research)
DOI 10.1007/978-94-011-6932-5
Open Access Status
ISBN 9789401169349
9789401169325
Language eng
Total number of pages 240
Year available 1981
Formatted Abstract/Summary
I was asked recently to prepare an independent background report on the subject of priority assessment in science and technology policy for the Australian Science and Technology Council. The Council (while not necessarily endorsing this book) suggested that a wider audience could be interested in the type of material contained in my report and kindly gave me permission to publish the material in my own right. The present book contains this and other material, some of which was presented at a seminar on National Science Policy: Implications for Government Departments arranged by the Department of Science and the Environment. Additional ideas were developed in response to comments on the manuscript by referees, as a result of discussions with Professor John Metcalfe and Dr Peter Stubbs of Manchester University, a conversation with Dr Keith Hartley of the University of York and in the wake of a communication from Dr Ken Tucker, Assistant Director, Bureau of Industry Economics, Australia. Science and technology policy affects and concerns everyone of us if for no other reason than we cannot escape in this interdependent world from the economic, social and environmental overs pills generated by science and technology. We must face the problems and promises inherent in new and existing science and technology whether we like it or not. Not surprisingly this book finds that all industrialized countries seem to be facing similar economic and social problems.
Q-Index Code A1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ
Additional Notes Reprint of the original 1st edn published by Chapman Hall in association with Methuen Inc. New York.

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Created: Mon, 29 Sep 2014, 12:15:27 EST by Emeritus Professor Clement Tisdell on behalf of School of Economics