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Innovation-Based Economic Security

Issues  | Wed, Jul 21, 2021

by Laura D. Tyson and Bruce R. Guile


The United States is at a crossroads in science and technology policy. Since the end of World War II, US government support for the creation and dissemination of new science and engineering knowledge has been justified on the grounds that it addresses health, environmental, and other major social challenges shared by nations around the world; fosters both national and global economic growth and development through innovation (and the development of innovation-capable talent); and strengthens national security.

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