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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Innovation Systems for Science, Technology, Energy, Manufacturing, and Health (Spring 2017)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology via MIT OpenCourseWare

Overview

Course Features
  • Video lectures
  • Lecture notes
  • Assignments: written (no examples)
Course Description

This course focuses on science and technology policy—it will examine the science and technology innovation system, including case studies on energy, computing, advanced manufacturing, and health sectors, with an emphasis on public policy and the federal government's role in that system.

Syllabus

Class 1, Part 1: Economic Growth Theory and the Direct Elements in Innovation.
Class 1, Part 2: Economic Growth Theory and the Direct Elements in Innovation.
Class 2, Part 1: Innovation Systems and Direct/Indirect Elements in the Innovation Ecosystem.
Class 2, Part 2: Innovation Systems and Direct/Indirect Elements in the Innovation Ecosystem.
Class 3, Part 1: The Competitive Challenge to U.S. Manufacturing.
Class 3, Part 2: The Competitive Challenge to U.S. Manufacturing.
Class 4, Part 1: The Challenge from Globalization for Advanced Manufacturing and New Services.
Class 4, Part 2: The Challenge from Globalization for Advanced Manufacturing and New Services.
Class 5, Part 1: Innovation Systems at Institutional Level & Organization of Federal Science Sup....
Class 5, Part 2: Innovation Systems at Institutional Level & Organization of Federal Science Sup....
Class 6, Part 1: Public-Private Partnership & "The Valley of Death" Between Research and Devel....
Class 6, Part 2: Public-Private Partnership & "The Valley of Death" Between Research and Devel....
Class 7, Part 1: The Organization of Innovation Systems at the Face-to-Face Level.
Class 7, Part 2: The Organization of Innovation Systems at the Face-to-Face Level.
Class 8, Part 1: DARPA as the Connected Model & Government-Private Sector Interaction.
Class 8, Part 2: DARPA as the Connected Model & Government-Private Sector Interaction.
Class 9, Part 1: The Life Science R&D Model and National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Class 9, Part 2: The Life Science R&D Model and National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Class 10, Part 1: The Challenge of Energy Technology Transform.
Class 10, Part 2: The Challenge of Energy Technology Transform.
Class 11, Part 1: Improving the Talent Base With New Education and Training Models.
Class 11, Part 2: Improving the Talent Base With New Education and Training Models.
Class 12, Part 1: The Future of Work and the Employment-Productivity Debate.
Class 12, Part 2: The Future of Work and the Employment-Productivity Debate.

Taught by

William Bonvillian

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  • Very good! Indeed! This course has quality and great contente for thiae Who are Wellington to study the us national innovation system.
  • Mihiretu Gezahagn Ganta
    interesting to that enables us to create new thing and to update existing technology in every sector

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