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by Etel Solingen

eBook Scientists and the State: Domestic Structures and the International Context epub
  • ISBN: 0472104861
  • Author: Etel Solingen
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Michigan Press (April 25, 1994)
  • Pages: 200 pages
  • ePUB size: 1184 kb
  • FB2 size 1642 kb
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Etel L. Solingen is an American educator, writer, and former president of the International Studies Association (ISA) between the years of 2012 and 2013. She works at the University of California, Irvine, where she serves as the Thomas and Elizabeth Tierney Chair in Peace Studies. In 2008 Solingen won a Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award for her book Nuclear Logics: Contrasting Paths in East Asia and the Middle East

The book examines state/scientist relations in a wide range of twentieth-century states

The book examines state/scientist relations in a wide range of twentieth-century states. The chapters respond to a common conceptual framework that explores the influence of domestic and international, political and economic structures on state/scientist relations. Case studies include the United States, the former Soviet Union, Japan, Germany (from Weimar to the reunification), France, Israel, Brazil, China, and India.

Contributors to the book make an effort to work broadly within the framework.

Contributors to the book make an effort to work broadly within the framework which Solingen outlines, though clearly none feels bound by it.

The book examines state/scientist relations in a wide range of twentieth-century states

The book examines state/scientist relations in a wide range of twentieth-century states.

The book examines state/scientist relations in a wide range of twentieth-century states. Case studies include the United States, the former Soviet Union, Japan, Germany (from Weimar to the reunification), France, Israel, Brazil, China, and India

The book examines state/scientist relations in a wide range of twentieth-century states. Case studies include the United States, the former Soviet Union, Japan, Germany (from Weimar to the reunification), France, Israel, Brazil, China, and India

Professor Solingen studies the reciprocal influence between international security and international political economy, and between domestic and international politics.

Professor Solingen studies the reciprocal influence between international security and international political economy, and between domestic and international politics. She is interested in, international and comparative political economy, institutional theory, regional and international security regimes, democratization, and the comparative political economy of science and technology. Solingen is the author of Nuclear Logics: Contrasting Paths in East Asia and the Middle East (Princeton . recipient of the APSA’s 2008 Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award for the best book.

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The book examines state/scientist relations in a wide range of twentieth-century states. The chapters respond to a common conceptual framework that explores the influence of domestic and international, political and economic structures on state/scientist relations. Case studies include the United States, the former Soviet Union, Japan, Germany (from Weimar to the reunification), France, Israel, Brazil, China, and India.   The rich literature on science, technology, and society has, for the most part, ignored the systematic study of political relations between scientific communities and the state, despite the unprecedented growth of these communities in the latter part of this century. This volume is designed to fill the gap by providing a comparative framework as well as historical case studies. The recent transformation of cold war structure, the exigencies of economic conversion and competitiveness, and the new waves of scientific migration bring the timeliness of this effort into sharp relief.   The application of a unifying conceptual framework to a varied set of instances broadens the volume’s appeal to students of science, technology, and international relations, to researchers of the politics and history of science and technology, to scholars and practitioners of science policy, to natural scientists interested in the social and political context of scientific research, and to the general reader interested in the many ways in which states exploit scientific knowledge as a venue to power and wealth.  
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