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Asia's Rising Science and Technology Strength: Comparative Indicators for Asia, the European Union, and the United States

Suggested Citation, Acknowledgments

 

National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics. 2007. Asia's Rising Science and Technology Strength: Comparative Indicators for Asia, the European Union, and the United States. NSF 07-319. Arlington, VA.


This report was produced by a team of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Division of Science Resources Statistics. It was initiated, supervised, and edited by Rolf Lehming, Director of the Science & Engineering Indicators (S&EI) Program. Lawrence M. Rausch, Senior Science Resources Analyst in S&EI, directed the project. The authors are:

Introduction Rolf Lehming
Education Rolf Lehming, Joan Burrelli,
Jean Johnson (retired)
Workforce Mark C. Regets
R&D funding Alan I. Rapoport
Foreign direct investment Francisco A. Moris
Publications Derek Hill
Patents, high technology Lawrence M. Rausch


Deborah Collins and Alan I. Rapoport provided helpful commentary and advice throughout the project. A number of reviewers provided useful critiques and commentary, including Robert Bell, Alexander DeAngelis, Susan Hill, Dei-I Hsiung, Julia Moore, Richard Nader, Pierre Perrolle, Richard Suttmeier, and Larry Weber. Jeri Mulrow provided a thorough statistical review.

Division of Science Resources Statistics
Lynda T. Carlson
Division Director
Mary J. Frase
Deputy Director

Rolf F. Lehming
Program Director, Science and Engineering Indicators Program









 
Asia's Rising Science and Technology Strength: Comparative Indicators for Asia, the European Union, and the United States
Special Report| NSF 07-319 | August 2007