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The Economic Drivers Behind Science and Technology Support: Nelson

Part of the first class in the series of IAP classes titled "Fundamentals of Science and Technology Public Policy-Making - Sci/Tech Policy Boot Camp."  The lecturer is William B. Bonvillian, Director at the MIT Washington Office.  This class will focus on the drivers behind science and technology support since they are part of an economic system: growth economies, direct and indirect innovation factors, innovation systems theory, and the "valley of death" between R&D and public-private partnership models.

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