2 edition of The science of science policy found in the catalog.
The science of science policy
by Executive Office of the President of the United States in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Contributions||National Science and Technology Council (U.S.). Subcommittee on Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences.|
|LC Classifications||Q127.U6 S3188 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||2009366125|
Science policy is concerned with the allocation of resources for the conduct of science towards the goal of best serving the public interest. Topics include the funding of science, the careers of scientists, and the translation of scientific discoveries into technological innovation to promote commercial product development, competitiveness, economic growth and economic development. The study of narratives in a variety of disciplines has grown in recent years as a method of better explaining underlying concepts in their respective fields. Through the use of Narrative Policy Framework (NPF), political scientists can analyze the role narrative plays in political discourse.
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The Science of Science Policy: A Handbook brings together some of the best and brightest minds working in science policy to explore the foundations of an evidence-based platform for the field.4/5(1).
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The contributions in this book provide an overview of the current state of the science of science policy from three angles: theoretical, empirical, and policy in practice.
Science can be a force for good, and it has enhanced our lives in countless ways, but even a cursory look at the last century shows that what passes for “science” can be detrimental.
This book examines a number of recent abuses of science in research areas including nutrition, pollution, drugs and the opioid crisis, and global warming/5(7).
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A welcome invitation for philosophers of science to engage more fully with policy issues, a too-often neglected Cited by: Edited by Kaye Husbands Fealing, Julia I. Lane, John H. Marburger III, and Stephanie S.
Shipp. This handbook provides an overview of the current theoretical and empirical basis for a science of science policy. It offers perspectives from the federal science and policy community, and look towards a research agenda for tomorrow.
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Science Policy in the 21st Century is a book that offers a comprehensive survey of national science policy looking at how policies for science are made, the government entities that make these policies, and the impact federal policies have on the conduct of science.
In addition to the book, this website serves as a supplementary tool for students, teachers, researchers and practitioners of science policy. Science of Science and Innovation Policy summarizes a public conference convened by the Committee on National Statistics of the National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council to present research funded by SciSIP and foster intellectual exchange among funded researchers, science, technology, and innovation policy practitioners, and other members of the science community.
The conference highlighted advances in the emerging field of the science of science and innovation policy. 3 Reconciling the Supply of and Demand for Research in the Science of Science and Innovation Policy September pp. A1-A6, No. 2 June pp. 1 March pp. Science and Policy.
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Book and Media Reviews; About Science. Mission and Scope; Editors and Advisory Boards. Inthe SoSP ITG developed and published The Science of Science Policy: A Federal Research Roadmap, which outlined the Federal efforts necessary for the long-term development of a science of science policy, and presented this Roadmap to the SoSP Community.
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THE “SCIENCE OF SCIENCE POLICY”: REFLECTIONS ON THE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS AND THE CHALLENGES THEY PRESENT Adam B. Jaffe Abstract Developing the “Science of Science Policy” will require data collection and analysis related to the processes of innovation and technological change, and the effects of government policy on those processes.
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