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Innovation and the arms race

how the United States and the Soviet Union develop new military technologies

by Matthew Evangelista

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Soviet Union,
  • United States.,
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Defense industries -- United States -- Technological innovations,
    • Defense industries -- Soviet Union -- Technological innovations,
    • Arms race -- History -- 20th century,
    • Military research -- United States,
    • Military research -- Soviet Union,
    • United States -- Armed Forces -- Procurement,
    • Soviet Union -- Armed Forces -- Procurement

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMatthew Evangelista.
      SeriesCornell studies in security affairs
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUF533 .E93 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 300 p. ;
      Number of Pages300
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2397689M
      ISBN 100801421659
      LC Control Number87027547

      how the culture of the U.S. is superior in how we promote and integrate innovation, creativity and arts; how we must promote learning through individual passions and how the Chinese do not a have a culture "promoting a diversity of talents that helps keep a country vibrant". The Technological Arms Race. We have numerous recent powerful lessons on the rapid disruption of businesses from technological innovation: In , Kodak had , employees and sold 85% of all photographic film. (and possibly soft) goods becoming virtual goods, similar to what has happened in the music and book publishing industries.

        The One That Shaped Me The Most. In the area of innovation, there is one little chapter in a somewhat obscure book, Innovation and the Arms Race, that sticks with w Evangelista points out that the main reason the United States “out-innovated” the Soviet Union during the Cold War was due to America’s open society, where information flowed freely and where the best ideas were. Can the U.S. keep its lead in the global innovation arms race? Tom Melcher saw it coming. Even back in the early s, when he was an undergraduate at Yale University studying Mandarin Chinese, Melcher understood the critical role that China would someday play in the U.S.'s economic future.

      Managing the Medical Arms Race book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The allure of medical innovation is powerful—it holds out t 3/5(1). The book deliberately takes advantage of established tropes in science fiction and fantasy to try and force a comparison with Nazism. Although it is patently satiric, or if one company outright 'wins' the innovation arms race and drives all its competitors out of business.


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"Technology fuels the arms race" is one of the unexamined maxims of foreign affairs. This interesting book is an effort at remedy. Drawing on a major case study of tactical nuclear weapons, it seeks to understand the pressures for innovation that derive both from within and outside the two superpowers.

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Private universities like Princeton, Yale, the University of Pennsylvania, New York University, and Rice are locked in what some have called an “innovation arms race,”competing to open new entrepreneurial “labs,” “hubs,” and “makerspaces” to facilitate student and faculty start-ups.

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[email protected]{osti_, title = {How technology fuels the arms race}, author = {Evangelista, M.}, abstractNote = {The authors says the persistance of the arms race is deeply rooted in contrasting U.S.

and Soviet approaches to weapons innovations, approaches that reflect the very different characters of the two societies. The author says the process of weapons innovation in the U.S. takes place.