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Tables of Contents for Comparative Science and Technology Policy
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Acknowledgements
ix
4
Introduction
xiii
 
Sheila Jasanoff
PART I SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE STATE
3
84
Yaron Ezrahi (1984)
1. `Science and Utopia in Late 20th Century Pluralist Democracy: With a Special Reference to the USA', in Everett Mendelsohn and Helga Nowotny (eds), Nineteen Eighty-Four: Science Between Utopia and Dystopia, Volume VIII, Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 273-90
3
18
John Gerard Ruggie (1975)
2. `International Responses to Technology: Concepts and Trends', International Organization, 29 (3), Summer, 557-83
21
27
Etel Solingen (1993)
3. `Between Markets and the State: Scientists in Comparative Perspective', Comparative Politics, 26 (1), October, 31-51
48
21
Andrew Jamison (1987)
4. `National Styles of Science and Technology: A Comparative Model', Sociological Inquiry, 57 (2), Spring, 144-58
69
18
PART II GOVERNMENTAL SUPPORT FOR SCIENCE
87
80
Helga Nowotny (1990)
5. `Knowledge for Certainty: Poverty, Welfare Institutions and the Institutionalization of Social Science', in Peter Wagner, Bjorn Wittrock and Richard Whitley (eds), Discourses on Society: Volume XV, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Chapter 2, 23-41
87
19
Arie Rip (1994)
6. `The Republic of Science in the 1990s', Higher Education, 28, 3-23
106
21
Aant Elzinga
Ingemar Bohlin (1989)
7. `The Politics of Science in Polar Regions', Ambio XVIII (1), 71-6
127
6
Yves Gingras
Michel Trepanier (1993)
8. `Constructing a Tokamak: Political, Economic and Technical Factors as Constraints and Resources', Social Studies of Science, 23 (1), 5-36
133
34
PART III CROSS-NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON TECHNOLOGY POLICY
167
130
Henry Ergas (1987)
9. `Does Technology Policy Matter?', in Bruce R. Guile and Harvey Brooks (eds), Technology and Global Industry: Companies and Nations in the World Economy, Washington, DC: National Academy Press, pp. 191-245
167
55
Richard R. Nelson (1990)
10. `US Technological Leadership: Where Did It Come From and Where Did It Go?', Research Policy, 19, 117-32
222
16
Matthew Evangelista (1989)
11. `Issue-Area and Foreign Policy Revisited', International Organization, 43 (1), Winter, 147-71
238
25
Helmut Willke (1995)
12. `The Proactive State: The Role of National Enabling Policies in Global Socio-Economic Transformations', in Helmut Willke, Carsten P. Kruck and Christopher Thorn (eds), Benevolent Conspiracies: The Role of Enabling Technologies in the Welfare of Nations: The Cases of SDI, SEMATECH, and EUREKA, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, Chapter 4, pp. 325-55
263
34
PART IV CULTURES OF INNOVATION
297
94
Parimal Patel
Keith Pavitt (1994)
13. `National Innovation Systems: Why They Are Important, and How They Might Be Measured and Compared', Economic Innovation and New Technologies, 3, 77-95
297
19
Herbert Kitschelt (1991)
14. `Industrial Governance Structures, Innovation Strategies, and the Case of Japan: Sectoral or Cross-National Comparative Analysis?', International Organization, 45 (4), Autumn, 453-93
316
41
J. Nicholas Ziegler (1995)
15. `Institutions, Elites, and Technological Change in France and Germany', World Politics, 47 (3), April, 341-72
357
34
PART V REGULATORY POLITICS AND POLICY
391
146
Sheila Jasanoff (1990)
16. `American Exceptionalism and the Political Acknowledgement of Risk', Daedalus, 119 (4), Fall, 61-81
391
21
John Abraham
Erik Millstone (1989)
17. `Food Additive Controls: Some International Comparisions', Food Policy, 14, February, 43-57
412
15
David Vogel (1992)
18. `Consumer Protection and Protectionism in Japan', Journal of Japanese Studies, 18 (1), Winter, 119-54
427
36
Kathryn Harrison
George Hoberg (1991)
19. `Setting the Environmental Agenda in Canada and the United States: The Cases of Dioxin and Radon', Canadian Journal of Political Science, XXIV (1), March, 3-27
463
25
Michael R. Reich (1995)
20. `The Politics of Agenda Setting in International Health: Child Health versus Adult Health in Developing Countries', Journal of International Development, 7 (3), May/June, 489-502
488
14
Andrea L. Bonnicksen (1994)
21. `National and International Approaches to Human Germ-Line Gene Therapy', Politics and the Life Sciences, 13 (1), February, 39-49
502
11
Michael E. Porter
Class van der Linde (1995)
22. `Toward a New Conception of the Environment-Competitiveness Relationship', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 9 (4), Fall, 97-118
513
24
PART VI INTERNATIONAL INFLUENCES AND NATIONAL POLICY
537
100
Peter M. Haas (1989)
23. `Do Regimes Matter? Epistemic Communities and Mediterranean Pollution Control', International Organization, 43 (3), Summer, 377-403
537
27
Maarten A. Hajer (1995)
24. `Politics on the Move: The Democratic Control of the Design of Sustainable Technologies', Knowledge and Policy, 8 (4), Winter, 26-39
564
14
Duncan Laurence
Brian Wynne (1989)
25. `Transporting Waste in the European Community: A Free Market?', Environment, 31 (6), July/August, 12-17 and 34-5
578
8
Annemarie Mol
John Law (1994)
26. `Regions, Networks and Fluids: Anaemia and Social Topology', Social Studies of Science, 24 (4), 641-71
586
31
James N. Rosenau (1992)
27. `The Relocation of Authority in a Shrinking World', Comparative Politics, 24 (3), April, 253-72
617
20
Name Index
637