Center for International Science and Technology Policy

Articles & Chapters

2014

Nicholas S. Vonortas, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Center for International Science and Technology Policy

"Cooperation in Formative Years: Evidence from Young Enterprises in Europe," European Management Journal, Forthcoming (With YoungJun Kim)

2013

Nicholas S. Vonortas, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Center for International Science and Technology Policy

"Academic Entrepreneurship: An American (Individualistic) Perspective," Asian Research Policy, 2013, 4(2). (With James D. Kettenhofen)

"Network structure and robustness: lessons for research
programme design
," Economis of Innovation and New Technology, 2013 22(4): 392-411. (With Koichiro Okamura)

Social Networks in R&D Program Evaluation,” Journal of Technology Transfer, 2013, 38(5): 577-606.

 

2012

Pascale Ehrenfreund, Research Professor of International Affairs and Space Policy

The Development of the Space Environment Viability of Organics (SEVO) Experiment aboard the Organism/Organics Exposure to Orbital Stresses (O/OREOS) Satellite.” Planetary and Space Sciences 60, pp 121-130, 2012. (With N. Bramall, R. Quinn, A. Mattioda, K. Bryson, J. Chittenden, A. Cook, A.J. Ricco, D. Squires, O. Santos, G. Minelli, G. Defouw, C. Friedericks, D. Landis, N. C. Jones, S.V. Hoffmann)

 


Henry Hertzfeld
,
Research Professor of Space Policy and International Affairs
Economics and Financing of Satellite Communications.” Satellite Applications Handbook: The Complete Guide to Space Telecommunications, Remote Sensing, Navigation, and Meteorology. (Pelton, J & Madry, S., Camacho-Lara, S. eds) Forthcoming.

 

John Logsdon, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Affairs
"The Survival Crisis of the U.S. Solar System Exploration Program," Palgrave MacMillian, forthcoming 2012.

 

 

Scott Pace, Professor of Practice of International Affairs and Space Policy

"Strengthing Space Security: Advancing US Interests in Outer Space," Harvard International Review, Spring 2012.

"A Space Launch without a Space Program," 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, April 2012.

 

 

Nicholas S. Vonortas, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Center for International Science and Technology Policy

"Scale and Performance in Publicly Funded Collaborative Research and Development," R&D Management, 2012, 42(5): 494-513. (With Yiannis E. Spanos)

The Value of Flexibility in Adapting to Climate Change: A Real Options Analysis of Investments in Coastal Defense”, Climate Change Economics, 2012, 3(2). (With Peter Linquiti)



2011

Pascale Ehrenfreund, Research Professor of Space Policy and International Affairs; Henry Hertzfeld, Research Professor of Space Policy and International Affairs; Kirk Woellert, M.A. International Science and Technology Policy

"Cubesats: Cost-Effective science and technology platforms for emerging and developing nations," with Antonio Ricco, Advances in Space Research, February 2011

Astrobiology.” Laboratory Science with Space Data, pp103-107, 2012. (With Springer Verlag, eds: D. Beysens, L. Carotenuto, J. van Loon, M. Zell, Springer Verlag, F. Westall)

"Toward a Global Space Exploration Program: A Stepping Stone Approach." Advances in Space Research, pp 2-48, 2012. (With C. McKay, J.D. Rummel, B.H. Foing, C.R. Neal, T. Masson-Zwaan, M. Ansdell, N. Peter, J. Zarnecki, S. Mackwell, M.A. Perino, L. Billings, J. Mankins, M. Race)

 


Henry Farrell, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

How to Save the Euro -- and the EU, Foreign Affairs, Henry Farrell and John Quiggin, May/June 2011, Volume 90, Number 3, pages 96-103.

 


John Logsdon
, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Affairs

A New U.S. Approach to Human Spaceflight?Space Policy, February 2011

John F. Kennedy’s Space Legacy and Its Lessons for Today,” Issues in Science and Technology, Spring 2011

 

2010

Patrick Besha, M.A. International Science and Technology Policy

"Policy making in China's space program: A history and analysis of the Chang'e lunar orbiter project," Space Policy, August 2010.

 

 

John Logsdon, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Affairs

Fifty Years of U.S. Spaceflight: Why Is There Still a Controversy?” in Steven J. Dick, ed., NASA’s First Fifty Years: Historical Perspectives, NASA SP2010-4704 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 2010)

 

 

Scott Pace, Professor of Practice of International Affairs and Space Policy

"Expert Advice: The Strategic Significance of Compass," GPS World, December 2010.

 

 

Nicholas S. Vonortas, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Center for International Science and Technology Policy

Knowledge-Intensive Entrepreneurship in Europe: Some Policy Implications”, in Franco Malerba (ed), Knowledge-Intensive Entrepreneurship and Innovation Systems, Routledge, 2010.

Exclusivity in Licensing Alliances”, Strategic Management Journal, 2010, 32(2): 159-186. (With Deepak Somaya and Young-Jun Kim)

Uncertainty, Networks and Real Options”, Journal of Economic Behavior and
Organization, 2010, 75(3): 523-541. (With Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou and Sumit
Joshi)

 

2009

Pascale Ehrenfreund, Research Professor of Space Policy and International Affairs

"Toward a paradigm shift in managing future global space exploration endeavors" with N. Peter, Space Policy, 25, 244-256, 2009.

 

 

Nicholas S. Vonortas, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Center for International Science and Technology Policy

"Networked Research: European Policy Intervention for Information & Communcation Technologies," Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 2009, 21(7): 833-857. (With Stefano Breschi, Franco Malerba, Lorenzo Cassi)

"Research Partners," International Journal of Technology Management, 2009, 46(3/4): 280-306. (With Koichiro Okamura)

Scale and Scope in Research,” in Henri Delanghe, Ugur Muldur, and Luc Soete (eds), European Science and Technology Policy: Towards Integration or Fragmentation?, Edward Elgar, 2009.

 

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