The analysis presented in this paper is part of the on-going National Comparative R&D Laboratory Study Project. The goals of this project are to evaluate the relationship between public policy and the behavior of R&D organizations and identify those factors which contribute to various types of technical advance. Earlier phases of the project have focused on the establishment of a new classification typology for R&D organizations. Additional work on the classification and analysis of R&D organizations is currently underway with funding from the National Science Foundation. The results presented in this presentation are a part of the study which is designed to address the issue of government policy and innovative behavior among corporations. Earlier work has focused on government policy and innovation among technology orientated firms in New York.
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- Business and International Management
- Social Psychology
- Geography, Planning and Development
- Strategy and Management
- Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health