By London, 1967. De Reuck, Anthony V. S., ; Goldsmith, Maurice, ; Knight, Julie, ; Ciba Foundation. ; Science of Science Foundation. Symposium on Decision Making in National Science Policy
Chapter 1 Chairman's advent (pages 1–4): Lord Todd
Chapter 2 Scientists within the area (pages 5–25): Sir Solly Zuckerman
Chapter three The Philosophy and perform of nationwide technological know-how coverage (pages 26–43): Alvin M. Weinberg
Chapter four The productiveness of technological know-how in a Society (pages 44–60): J. B. Adams
Chapter five Cost?Benefit research in examine (pages 61–83): C. D. Foster
Chapter 6 Operational learn and nationwide technology coverage (pages 84–98): Russell L. Ackoff
Chapter 7 choice Making in learn coverage on the commercial point (pages 99–113): A. E. Pannenborg
Chapter eight France's clinical coverage (pages 114–122): J. Saint?Geours
Chapter nine Observations on nationwide technology coverage in Sweden (pages 123–137): Bror Rexed
Chapter 10 technology coverage Making within the usa (pages 138–188): William D. Carey
Chapter eleven clinical capability as an item of research and keep watch over within the Soviet Union (pages 189–201): G. M. Dobrov
Chapter 12 nationwide learn making plans and learn information: The Case of Hungary (pages 202–221): Alexander Szalai
Chapter thirteen technology coverage Making in Latin the United States, with detailed connection with Argentina (pages 222–238): R. L. Cardon
Chapter 14 technology coverage in India (pages 239–261): A. Rahman
Chapter 15 technological know-how coverage in a Small nation ? Israel (pages 262–275): Daniel Shimshoni
Chapter sixteen employing First rules (pages 283–302): R. Aron
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