Measuring the Economic Value of Research

Measuring the Economic Value of Research

The Case of Food Safety

Husbands Fealing, Kaye (Georgia Institute of Technology); Lane, Julia I. (New York University); Johnson, Stanley R. (University of Nevada, Reno); King, John L. (University of California, Davis)

Cambridge University Press

12/2017

204

Dura

Inglês

9781107159693

15 a 20 dias

This book analyses the impact of federal research spending in food safety - a public policy question with huge economic ramifications. This innovative study makes use of an extraordinary new data infrastructure and applies new 'big data' techniques to show connections between university research funding and subsequent activities of researchers.
Foreword; Preface: 1. Introduction and motivation Kaye Husbands Fealing, Julia Lane, John L. King and Stanley R. Johnson; 2. The current context Kaye Husbands Fealing, Lee-Ann Jaykus, and Laurian Unnevehr; 3. The conceptual and empirical framework Nathan Goldschlag, Julia Lane, Bruce Weinberg and Nikolas Zolas; 4. Identifying food safety related research Evgeny Klochikhin and Julia Lane; 5. The structure of research funding Reza Sattari, Julia Lane and Chia-Hsuan Yang; 6. The food safety research workforce and economic outcomes Matthew Ross, Akina Ikudo and Julia Lane; 7. New insights into food safety research teams Reza Sattari, Julia Lane and Jason Owen Smith; 8. Assessing the effects of food safety research on early career outcomes John L. King, Stanley R. Johnson, and Matthew Ross; 9. Describing patent activity Yeong Jae Kim, Evgeny Klochikhin and Kaye Husbands Fealing; 10. Describing scientific outcomes Evgeny Klochikhin and Kaye Husbands Fealing; 11. Conclusion Kaye Husbands Fealing, Stanley Johnson, John L. King, and Julia Lane; References; Index.
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