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1994 company funding of U.S. industrial R&D rises as federal support continues to decline
by Science Resources Studies Division, Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences, National Science Foundation in Arlington, VA (4201 Wilson Blvd., Suite 965, Arlington 22230)
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|Other titles||1994 company funding of US industrial R&D rises as federal support continues to decline|
|Statement||by Raymond M. Wolfe|
|Series||Data brief -- v. 1996, no. 6, SRS data brief -- 1996, no. 6|
|Contributions||National Science Foundation (U.S.). Division of Science Resources Studies|
|The Physical Object|
The introduction of the power loom during the industrial revolution cause economic growth, the long run aggregate supply curve to shift right, an increase in the potential output of the economy Fiscal Policy. In the late s, the federal Minister of Finance announced that expenditures would rise, yet he still predicted that the budget surplus would increase. How is it possible that in the face of rising expenditures the budget surplus may increase? Under which conditions might this happen and what is the likelihood that rising expenditures will contribute to rising deficits?
The labor force participation rate (LFPR)--that is, the share of adults either working or actively looking for work--was percent in May and is little changed, on net, since early ().Along with other factors, the aging of the population implies a downward trend in participation, so the flattening out of the LFPR during the past few years is consistent with an overall picture of. In , 67 percent of all private-sector R&D was conducted by manufacturing companies, according to the National Science Foundation. And from to , 22 percent of U.S. manufacturing companies reported a new or significantly improved product, service, or process, compared with 8 percent of nonmanufacturing companies.
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Science Document Number: nsf Document History: Posted: Novem Company Funding of US Industrial R&D Rises as Federal Support Continues to Decline (A) InfoBriefs | NSF | Novem R&D in Industry: (A) Detailed Statistical Tables | NSF | Octo NIH support for biomedical research decreased from $ billion into $ billion ina 25% decline (in real terms adjusted for inflation), while non-NIH federal funding allowed for the maintenance of government financial support levels through the era (the % four-year increase).
In addition to doubling federal funding for research to percent of the federal budget, the bill also called for new evaluation processes to provide better oversight of funding programs. The bill also called for the President to provide a strategic plan for proposed R&D funds as well as an analysis of current funds as part of the annual budget.
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Nature – [Google Scholar]Cited by: 4. The term "prison–industrial complex" (PIC), derived from the "military–industrial complex" of the s, describes the attribution of the rapid expansion of the US inmate population to the political influence of private prison companies and businesses that supply goods and services to government prison agencies for most common agents of PIC are corporations that contract cheap.
The federal government has made significant contributions to the research base for computing technology. As detailed in Chapter 3, federal support has accounted for a substantial fraction of the total funding for computing research in the United States and the vast majority of all university research funds in the funding has supported both the development of new technologies and the.
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Get unstuck. The rest of the world. The authors focus exclusively on the U.S. environmental context. Increasingly, however, the international dimensions of environmental issues are shaping corporate. Federal government funding of corporate R&D has for a long time played a significant role in making the United States a world leader in innovation.
Since the s, the tax policy of the US government towards R&D spending by private corporations was designed to subsidize these expenditures at varying rates over time (Hall, ). The Research. Karen L. Higgins, in Financial Whirlpools, The recent global economic crisis is an excellent example of how seemingly constructive actions can have devastating and unintended consequences.
Using a discipline called systems thinking, Chapter 1 introduces the concept of viewing the crisis as a system of interacting parts in which effects were also causes and solutions exacerbated the. There is a long tradition of industry support for biomedical research, and there have been numerous types of academic-industry relationships.
As noted in Chapter 3, industry funded more than half of all health sciences research in the United States before World War II, largely in the area of pharmaceutical research and development (R&D).Following the war, however, federal support for health.
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Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC / d ɛ k /), using the trademark Digital, was a major American company in the computer industry from the s to the s. The company was co-founded by Ken Olsen and Harlan Anderson in Olsen was president until forced to resign inafter the company had gone into precipitous decline.
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Many observers think that it is impossible to cut federal government spend- ing as a percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). But it can be done. And the evidence is hidden in plain sight: it’s called the s. Between andfederal spending fell from percent of GDP to percent, a drop of percentage points.
Most of the reduction was in defense. The distinction can be seen in when the governor of Mississippi asked the states' 5, churches to adapt a needy family, only 15 followed through. We then move to the steady evisceration of company benefits, along with attempts to gut workmen's compensation and unemployment insurance.U.S.
“Research Intensity” (i.e., federal R&D as a share of the country's gross domestic product or GDP) has declined to % (), which is down from about 2% in the s. With discretionary spending of federal budgets projected to decrease, research intensity is likely to drop even further, despite increased industry funding.It is obvious that the federal government, rather than industry, tries to support basic science.
However, basic research still earns less support than applied research and development. There is no doubt that the vital role of basic research resulted in the federal government’s change in its funding .