TOC: Tech Forecasting Soc Change


Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 74(9)

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Technological Forecasting and Social Change 

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Section 1: Assessment of China’s and India’s Science and Technology Literature

Assessment of China’s and India’s science and technology literature — introduction, background, and approach
Ronald N. Kostoff, Sujit Bhattacharya and Michael Pecht [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Chinese science and technology — Structure and infrastructure
Ronald N. Kostoff, Michael B. Briggs, Robert L. Rushenberg, Christine A. Bowles, Alan S. Icenhour, Kimberley F. Nikodym, Ryan B. Barth and Michael Pecht [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Assessment of India’s research literature?
Ronald N. Kostoff, Dustin Johnson, Christine A. Bowles, Sujit Bhattacharya, Alan S. Icenhour, Kimberly Nikodym, Ryan B. Barth and Simha Dodbele [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Comparisons of the structure and infrastructure of Chinese and Indian Science and Technology
Ronald N. Kostoff, Michael B. Briggs, Robert L. Rushenberg, Christine A. Bowles, Michael Pecht, Dustin Johnson, Sujit Bhattacharya, Alan S. Icenhour, Kimberly Nikodym, Ryan B. Barth and Simha Dodbele [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Section 2: Nanotechnology Policy

Introduction to the section “Nanotechnology Policy”
Kees Eijkel, A.J. Groen and Steven Walsh [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

An introduction to nanotechnology policy: Opportunities and constraints for emerging and established economies
A.D. Romig Jr., Arnold B. Baker, Justine Johannes, Thomas Zipperian, Kees Eijkel, Bruce Kirchhoff, H.S. Mani, C.N.R. Rao and Steven Walsh [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Systems biology: A disruptive biopharmaceutical research paradigm
Minna Allarakhia and Anthony Wensley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Nanopatenting patterns in relation to product life cycle
M.S.M. Alencar, A.L. Porter and A.M.S. Antunes [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does a clustered location matter for high-technology companies’ performance? The case of biotechnology in the Netherlands
Marina van Geenhuizen and Leonardo Reyes-Gonzalez [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Global distribution of micro–nano technology and fabrication centers: A portfolio analysis approach
Matthias Kautt, Steven T. Walsh and Klaus Bittner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A model for disruptive technology forecasting in strategic regional economic development
Sul Kassicieh and Nabeel Rahal [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Global nanotechnology research literature overview?
Ronald N. Kostoff, Raymond G. Koytcheff and Clifford G.Y. Lau [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Section 3: Minding the Gap: Previewing the Potential of Breakthrough Technologies

Introduction to the special section
J. Roland Ortt, Patrick A. van der Duin and Hans Stavleu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Bridging the gap between technological possibilities and people: Involving people in the early phases of technology development
Stefanie Un and Nick Price [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Using early concept narratives to collect valid customer input about breakthrough technologies: The effect of application visualization on transportation
Ellis A. van den Hende, Jan P.L. Schoormans, Kaj P.N. Morel, Tatiana Lashina, Evert van Loenen and Erik I. de Boevere [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Exploring the market for breakthrough technologies
J. Roland Ortt, David J. Langley and Nico Pals [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Bridging the gap between foresight and market research: Integrating methods to assess the economic potential of nanotechnology?
Norbert Malanowski and Axel Zweck [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Medical technology decisions in The Netherlands: How to solve the dilemma of technology foresight versus market research?
Theo J.B.M. Postma, Janneke C. Alers, Sijmon Terpstra and Arjan Zuurbier [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Regional social capital: Embeddedness, innovation networks and regional economic development
Roel Rutten and Frans Boekema [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mind the gap: Concluding remarks to the special section
Patrick A. van der Duin, J. Roland Ortt and Hans Stavleu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]