21st century innovation systems for Japan and the United States : lessons from a decade of change : report of a symposium / Sadao Nagaoka [and others], editors ; Committee on Comparative Innovation Policy: Best Practice for the 21st Century, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council of the National Academies.
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Table of Contents:
- I. INTRODUCTION: The Chrysanthemum Meets the Eagle'The Co-evolution of Innovation Policies in Japan and the United States
- II. OVERVIEW
- III. SYMPOSIUM PAPERS: Technology Policies in Japan: 1990 to the Present
- Reform of University Research System in Japan: Where Do They Stand?
- Government's Evolving Role in Supporting Corporate R & D in the United States: Theory, Practice, and Results in the Advanced Technology Program
- Government Programs to Encourage Innovation by Startups and SMEs: The Role of Innovation Awards.
- Programs to Stimulate Startups and Entrepreneurship in Japan: Experiences and LessonsEconomic Impacts of International R & D Coordination: SEMATECH and the International Technology Roadmap
- Semiconductor Consortia in Japan: Experiences and Lessons for the Future
- Issues in and Possible Reforms of the U.S. Patent System
- Reform of Patent System in Japan and Challenges
- Industry-University R & D Partnerships in the United States
- University-Industry Partnerships in Japan
- The Connected Science Model for Innovation'The DARPA Role.
- Public-Private Linkage in Biomedical Research in Japan: Lessons of the 1990sIV. Appendixes
- Appendix A: Symposium Agenda
- Appendix B: Bibliography.