Michael Borrus

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Investing on the Frontier: How the U.S. Can Recliam High-Tech Leadership

From
the end of World War II to the late 1970s, the United States
dominated new
technology development through massive defense spending and the
commanding lead
it accumulated during the Cold War. Now the lead is gone, the
defense dollars are
going, and, increasingly, commercial competitors define the
"state of the art."
The economic benefits that accompanied technological
hegemony-good jobs, wealth,
national well being-will be much harder to come by.