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The John Diebold Lectures 2

Science Policy and Business

The Changing Relation of Europe and the United States

Edited by David W. Ewing

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$37.50 • £30.95 • €34.00

ISBN 9780674794603

Publication Date: 01/01/1973


International leaders of industry and government here discuss the role of technology in a multi-polar economic world. Harvey Brooks analyzes the continually narrowing technological gap between Europe and the United States. Sohei Nakayama reveals that Japan, not satisfied with the catch-up strategy it has followed in the past, seeks to develop leadership in areas of basic technical theory. Kurt Richebacher covers how European companies can maximize their effectiveness in establishing a U.S. position.

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