National innovation system dynamics in the globalization of nanotechnology innovation

Philip Shapira, Jan Youtie, Luciano Kay. 2010. National innovation system dynamics in the globalization of nanotechnology innovation. Paper prepared for Transatlantic Workshop on Nanotechnology Innovation and Policy, March 24-26. [PDF]

Profiling Research Patterns for a New and Emerging Science and Technology: Dye-sensitized Solar Cells

Ying Guo, Lu Huang, and Alan L. Porter (2009). Profiling Research Patterns for a New and Emerging Science and Technology: Dye-sensitized Solar Cells. Paper prepared for at Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, October 2-3. [PDF]

Blind matching versus Matchmaking: Comparison Group Selection for Highly Creative Researchers

Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira, and Juan D. Rogers (2009) Blind matching versus Matchmaking: Comparison Group Selection for Highly Creative Researchers. Paper prepared for Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, October 2-3. [PDF]

The role of Brazilian firms in nanotechnology development

Luciano Kay, Noela Invernizzi, and Philip Shapira (2009). The role of Brazilian firms in nanotechnology development. Paper prepared for Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, October 2-3. [PDF]

Metropolitan Development of Nanotechnology: Concentration or Dispersion?

Jan Youtie and Philip Shapira (2009) Metropolitan Development of Nanotechnology: Concentration or Dispersion? Working Paper. [PDF]

Research Profiling: Nano-enhanced, Thin-film Solar Cells

Ying Guo, Lu Huang, and Alan L. Porter (2009). Research Profiling: Nano-enhanced, Thin-film Solar Cells. Working Paper. May. [PDF]

Nanotechnology-Enhanced Thin-Film Solar Cells: Analysis of Global Research Activities with Future Prospects

Ying Guo, Alan L. Porter, and Lu Huang (2009). Nanotechnology-Enhanced Thin-Film Solar Cells: Analysis of Global Research Activities with Future Prospects. Paper presented at 2009 IAMOT Conference. March. [PDF]

Characterizing a Technology Development at the Stage of Early Emerging Applications: Nanomaterial-enhanced Biosensors

Lu Huang, Zhengchun Peng, Ying Guo, and Alan L. Porter (2009). Characterizing a Technology Development at the Stage of Early Emerging Applications: Nanomaterial-enhanced Biosensors. Working Paper. [PDF]

Identifying Emerging Nanoparticle Roles in Biosensors

Lu Huang, Alan L. Porter, and Ying Guo (2009). Identifying Emerging Nanoparticle Roles in Biosensors. Working Paper. [PDF]

Women in Patenting: Does Nanotechnology Make a Difference?

Yu Meng and Philip Shapira (2009). Women in Patenting: Does Nanotechnology Make a Difference? Working Paper [PDF]

Active Nanotechnology: What Can We Expect?

Vrishali Subramanian (2009). Active Nanotechnology: What Can We Expect? [PDF]

Prototypes of emerging metropolitan nanodistricts in the United States and Europe

Philip Shapira, Jan Youtie and Stephen Carley (2008). Prototypes of emerging metropolitan nanodistricts in the United States and Europe. Georgia Tech Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Working Paper (Presented at NBER Conference on Emerging Industries, May 2008. Working Paper [PDF]

Partnering with Universities: A Good Choice for Nanotechnology Start-up Firms?

Jue Wang and Philip (2008). Partnering with Universities: A Good Choice for Nanotechnology Start-up Firms?

From Lab to market: Strategies and issues in the commercialization of nanotechnology in China

Philip Shapira and Jue Wang (2008). From Lab to market: Strategies and issues in the commercialization of nanotechnology in China. Working Paper [PDF]

Developing Nanotechnology in Latin America

Luciano Kay and Philip Shapira (2008). Developing Nanotechnology in Latin America. [PDF]

Networks of Research Collaboration in China: Evidence from Nanotechnology Publication Activities

Li Tang and Philip Shapira (2008). Networks of Research Collaboration in China: Evidence from Nanotechnology Publication Activities.

Research Centers as a Policy Tool in the US National Nanotechnology Initiative: An Assessment of their Role in the US System of Innovation

Juan D. Rogers (2008) Research Centers as a Policy Tool in the US National Nanotechnology Initiative: An Assessment of their Role in the US System of Innovation. (Georgia Tech Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Working Paper)

Defining a Research Domain in an Emerging Technology: Vaccine Research in the State of Georgia

Barker, S., Youtie, J., and Shapira, P., Defining a Research Domain in an Emerging Technology: Vaccine Research in the State of Georgia, STIP Working Paper, October 2007. [PDF]

Dimensions of Innovation in the Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Industry: Insights from the 2005 Georgia Manufacturing Survey

Youtie, J., Shapira, P., Slanina, J., Lamos, E., Dimensions of Innovation in the Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Industry: Insights from the 2005 Georgia Manufacturing Survey. Program in Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy (STIP), Georgia Institute of Technology. Paper prepared for the Annual Conference of the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, April 24-27, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia

Innovation in Manufacturing: Needs, Practices, and Performance in Georgia

Youtie, J., Shapira, P., Slanina, J., Wang, J., Zhang, J., Innovation in Manufacturing: Needs, Practices, and Performance in Georgia, 2002-2005. GaMEP Evaluation Working Paper: E200502. Georgia Tech Policy Project on Industrial Modernization, Georgia Institute of Technology, August 2005. [PDF]

The Use of Environmental, Health and Safety Research in Nanotechnology Research

Jan Youtie, Alan Porter, Philip Shapira, Li Tang, Troy Benn. The Use of Environmental, Health and Safety Research in Nanotechnology Research. Working Paper. [PDF]

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