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CONTENTS Dedication Introduction Figures and Tables SECTION I: THE PURPOSE OF THE RESEARCH UNIVERSITY Chapter 1. Research Universities in the Third Millennium: Genius with Character (Donald N. Langenberg) Chapter 2. The University of the Twenty-First Century: Artifact, Sea Anchor, or Pathfinder (John H. Gibbons) Chapter 3. Can Universities Survive the Global Knowledge Revolution? (Lord Meghnad Desai) SECTION II: FORGING PARTNERSHIPS: INDUSTRY, GOVERNMENTS, AND THE RESEARCH UNIVERSITY Chapter 4. The Changing Nature of Innovation in the U.S. (Erich Bloch) Chapter 5. Back to the Future - The Increasing Importance of the States in Setting the Research Agenda (Larry Smarr) Chapter 6. Global Public Goods for Poor Farmers - Myth or Reality (Timothy G. Reeves) Chapter 7. Science and Sustainable Food Security (M.S. Swaminathan) SECTION III: FUNDING, ECONOMIC INCENTIVES, AND THE RESEARCH AGENDA Chapter 8. Federal Science Policy and University Research Agendas (Kathie L. Olsen and Ann B. Carlson) Chapter 9. The Ethical Challenges of the Academic Pork Barrel (James D. Savage) Chapter 10. The Public-Private Divide in Genomics (Rebecca Eisenberg) SECTION IV: THE DARK SIDE OF UNIVERSITY-CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS Chapter 11. The Effects of University/Corporate Relations on Biotechnology Research (Michael K. Hansen) Chapter 12. The Governmentalization and Corporatization of Research (Toby Miller) Chapter 13. Technology and the Humanities in the "Global" Economy (Masao Miyoshi) About the Editors About the Contributors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Academic-industrial collaboration -- United States.
Education, Higher -- Economic aspects -- United States.
Universities and colleges -- United States.
Research -- United States.