By Technology, and Economic Policy Board on Science, National Research Council
Maintaining the recent economic climate would require public guidelines that stay correct to the swift technological adjustments that signify it. whereas info and its well timed research are key to potent policy-making, we don't but have enough statistical photographs taking pictures alterations in productiveness and progress led to via the knowledge know-how revolution. This document on a STEP workshop highlights the necessity for additional info and the demanding situations confronted in measuring the hot economic climate and maintaining its progress.
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