Published in 1994, this book examines a small segment of the medical technology innovation process to characterize the manner in which the federal government influences small business-based investigators to participate or withdraw from the medical technology innovation process. It provides an historical account of the federal government's involvement in biomedical technology research and development, and traces the social and economic significance of this involvement.
1. Health and Government 2. Federal Involvement 3. Social Significance 4. Economic Significance 5. The Role of the Investigtor 6. Investigative Procedures 7. Results and Discussion 8. Conclusions and Recommendations.
Originally published between 1967 and 1999 the 50 volumes in this set examine the impact of technology on economics and international business. The volumes: