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Cap-and-Trade, Emissions Taxes, and Innovation.. ( , Ed.).Innovation Policy and the Economy. 11, 29-53.(2011).
China's (Not So Hidden) Developmental State: Becoming a Leading Nanotechnology Innovator in the Twenty-first Century. ( , Ed.).State of Innovation: The U.S. Government's Role in Technology Development. 217-235.(2011).
China’s Move to High Tech Innovation. ( , Ed.).The Asia-Pacific, Regionalism And The Global System. 201-215.(2012).
The Chinese Century? Some Implications of China’s Move to High-Tech Innovation for U.S. Policy. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 134-165.(2012).
Climbing the Hill: Seeing (and Not Seeing) Epochal Breaks from Multiple Vantage Points. ( , Ed.).Science Transformed?: Debating Claims of an Epochal Break. 54-65.(2011).
Conferences and the Emergence of Nanoscience. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 52-65.(2012).
Conversions: Sound and Sight, Military and Civilian. ( , Ed.).Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies. 224-248.(2012).
Debating Nanoethics: U.S. Public Perceptions of Nanotechnology Applications for Energy and the Environment. ( , Ed.).Debating Science: Deliberation, Values, and the Common Good. 227-249.(2012).
Deliberation and responsible innovation: a geoengineering case study. ( , Ed.).Responsible Innovation. 219-240.(2013).
Different Uses, Different Responses: Exploring Emergent Cultural Values through Public Deliberation. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 195-222.(2012).
Does Solar Energy Need a New Innovation Model? The Case of Germany. ( , Ed.).Little by Little: Expansions of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. 135-155.(2012).
Exploring Ambivalence: Techno-Enthusiasm and Skepticism in US Nanotech Deliberations. ( , Ed.).Quantum Engagements: Social Reflections of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. 75-89.(2011).
Federal Policy and the Development of Semiconductors, Computer Hardware, and Computer software: A policy Model for Climate-Change R&D?. ( , Ed.).Accelerating Energy Innovation: Lesson from Multiple Sectors. 159 - 188.(2011).
Food Security: From the Green Revolution to Nanotechnology. ( , Ed.).Can Emerging Technologies Make a Difference in Development?. 75-85.(2012).
From Kivalina A Climate change story. ( , Ed.).Arctic Voices: Resistance at the Tipping Point. 207-220.(2012).
From L-5 to X-Prize. ( , Ed.).Blue Sky Metropolis: Aerospace and Southern California. 171-193.(2012).
Implications of Nanotechnology for Labor and Employment: Assessing Nanotechnology Products in Brazil. ( , Ed.).Can Emerging Technologies Make a Difference in Development?. 140-152.(2012).
Innovative and Responsible Governance of Converging Technologies. ( , Ed.).Innovative and Responsible Governance of Converging Technologies. OECD Workshop Report on Bridging the Divide Between Policy, Practice and Research on Public Engagement on Nanotechnologies.(2013).
Innovative and Responsible Governance of Nanotechnology for Societal Development. ( , Ed.).Nanotechnology Research Directions for Societal Needs in 2020. 561-618.(2011).
Instruments of Commerce and Knowledge: Probe Microscopy, 1980-2000. ( , Ed.).Science and Engineering Careers in the United States: An Analysis of Markets and Employment. 291-319.(2009).
Introduction: Running Faster to Keep Up. Running Faster to Keep Up: Globalization of R&D and U.S Economic Welfare.(2008).
Introduction: The Promise and Perils of High-Tech Approaches to Development, introductory chapter. ( , Ed.).Can Emerging Technologies Make a Difference in Development?. 1-20.(2012).
Introduction: The Social Scientific View of Nanotechnologies. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 1-15.(2012).
Is Nanoscale Collaboration Meeting Nanotechnology’s Social Challenge? A Call for Nano-Normalcy. ( , Ed.).The Social Life of Nanotechnology. 69-87.(2012).
Is the Corporation a Social Partner? The Case of Nanotechnology. ( , Ed.).Cultural critique and the global corporation. 215-224.(2010).