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RECORD NUMBER: 14 OF 14
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Using human resource data to track innovation : summary of a workshop /|
|Publisher||National Academy Press,|
|Subjects||Technological innovations--United States. ; Industrial policy--United States. ; Research, Industrial--United States. ; Technology and state--United States. ; Science and state--United States. ; Creativeness. ; Employee Performance Appraisal. ; Technology--United States.|
|Collation||xii, 68 p. ; 23 cm.|
Includes bibliographical references.
I. What role for human resource data in tracking innovation? -- II. Principal sources of human resource data -- III. Research applications of human resource data -- IV. Enhancing the utility of human resource data. "This volume is the summary of a second STEP workshop, chaired by board memder Mark Myers, formerly chief technical officer of Xerox Corporation. The workshop explored how data on scientists, engineers, and other professionals-data on their training and skills, mobility and career paths, use of time, relationships across institutions and sectors, and productivity-can be used to illuminate aspects of innovation that current R & D, patent and other data, by themselves, do not fully capture."--P. viii, Preface.