Scientific and Technical Human Capital 

Ongoing Projects 

STHC
Collaberation

Collaboration Cosmopolitanism NSF Grant

Forecasting the Return Home

of Non-US Citizens with U.S. Ph.D.’s

NSF Grant

Publications

Diversity and Social Equity in STEM

Career Issues for Underrepresented Minorities and Women in Science and Technology

Sabharwal, Meghna & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2009). Faculty Job Satisfaction across Gender and Discipline. Social Science Journal, 46, 539–556.

Sabharwal, Meghna & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). Categorization of Minority Groups in Academic Science and Engineering. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 14(4).

Corley, Elizabeth A. (2005). How Do Career Strategies, Gender, and Work Environment Affect Faculty Productivity in University-Based Science Centers? Review of Policy Research, 22(5), 637-655.

Corley, E., & Gaughan, M. (2005). Scientists’ participation in university research centers: what are the gender differences?. The Journal of Technology Transfer30(4), 371-381.

Social Equity and Distribution of STEM Benefits and Cost

Johnson, J., & Bozeman, B. (2012). Perspective: adopting an asset bundle model to support and advance minority students’ careers in academic medicine and the scientific pipeline. Academic medicine: journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges87(11), 1488.

Corley, Elizabeth A. & Sabharwal, Meghna (2007). Foreign-Born Academic Scientists and Engineers: Producing More and Getting Less than their U.S.-Born Peers? Research in Higher Education, 48(8), 909-940.

Public Values in Science

Bozeman, B., & Johnson, J. (2015). The Political Economy of Public Values A Case for the Public Sphere and Progressive Opportunity. The American Review of Public Administration45(1), 61-85.

Bozeman, B., & Sarewitz, D. (2005). Public values and public failure in US science policy. Science and Public Policy32(2), 119-136.

Bozeman, B. (2003). Public value mapping of science outcomes: theory and method. Knowledge flows and knowledge collectives: Understanding the role of science and technology policies in development2, 3-48.

Institutional Analysis and Evaluation

Science and Technology Policy

Use of scientific and technical information in policy-making

Corley, Elizabeth A., Kim, Youngjae, & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2013). The Current Status and Future Direction of Nanotechnology Regulations: A View from Nano-Scientists. Review of Policy Research, 30(5), 488-511

Kim, Youngjae, Corley, Elizabeth A., & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2012). Classifying U.S. Nano Scientists – Of Cautious Innovators, Regulators, and Technology Optimists. Science and Public Policy, 39(1), 30-38.

Corley, Elizabeth A., Kim, Youngjae, & Scheufele, Dietram A. (2011). Leading US Nano-scientists’ Perceptions about Media Coverage and the Public Communication of Scientific Research Findings. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 13(12), 7041-7055.

Corley, Elizabeth A., Scheufele, Dietram A., & Hu, Q. (2009). Of Risks and Regulations: How Leading U.S. Nano-Scientists Form Policy Stances about Nanotechnology. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 11(7), 1573-1585. 

White, Dave D., Corley, Elizabeth A., & White, Margaret S. (2008). Water Managers’ Perceptions of the Science-Policy Interface in Phoenix, Arizona: Implications for an Emerging Boundary Organization. Society & Natural Resources, 21, 230-243. 

Wu, Y., Popp, D., & Bretschneider, S. (2007). The effects of innovation policies on business R&D: A cross-national empirical study. Economics of Innovation and New Technology16(4), 237-253.

Bozeman, B., & Bretschneider, S.. (1994). The “Publicness Puzzle” in Organization Theory: A Test of Alternative Explanations of Differences between Public and Private Organizations. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory: J-PART4(2), 197–223. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/stable/118177 

Public Policies for University Research Administration

Dai, Y., Popp, D., & Bretschneider, S. (2005). Institutions and intellectual property: The influence of institutional forces on university patenting. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 24(3), 579-598. doi:10.1002/pam.20116

Public Policies for STEM Careers 

Johnson, J., & Bozeman, B. (2012). Perspective: adopting an asset bundle model to support and advance minority students’ careers in academic medicine and the scientific pipeline. Academic medicine: journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges87(11), 1488.

Research Collaboration

Scientific Collaboration 

Bozeman, B., Gaughan, M., Youtie, J., Slade, C. P., & Rimes, H. (2015). Research collaboration experiences, good and bad: Dispatches from the front lines. Science and Public Policy, scv035.

Bozeman, B., & Gaughan, M. (2011). How do men and women differ in research collaborations? An analysis of the collaborative motives and strategies of academic researchers. Research Policy40(10), 1393-1402.

Corley, Elizabeth A., & Sabharwal, Meghna. (2010). Scholarly Collaboration and Productivity Patterns in Public Administration: Analyzing recent trends. Public Administration, 88(3), 627-648.

Boardman, P. Craig & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2008). University research centers and the composition of research collaborations. Research Policy 37, 900-913.

Corley, Elizabeth A., Boardman, P. Craig, & Bozeman, Barry (2006). Design and the Management of Multi-Institutional Research Collaborations: Theoretical Implications from Two Case Studies. Research Policy, 35(7), 975-993.

Corley, E., & Gaughan, M. (2005). Scientists’ participation in university research centers: what are the gender differences?. The Journal of Technology Transfer30(4), 371-381.

Bozeman, Barry & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2004). Scientists’ Collaboration Strategies: Implications for Scientific and Technical Human Capital. Research Policy, 33(4), 599-616.

Industry-University Collaboration 

Bozeman, B., & Boardman, C. (2013). Academic faculty in university research centers: neither capitalism’s slaves nor teaching fugitives. The Journal of Higher Education84(1), 88-120.

Gaughan, Monica, & Corley, Elizabeth A. (2010). Science Faculty at U.S. Research Universities: The Impacts of University Research Center Affiliation and Gender on Industrial Activities. Technovation, 30, 215–222.

Bozeman, B., & Gaughan, M. (2007). Impacts of grants and contracts on academic researchers’ interactions with industry. Research policy36(5), 694-707.

New and Emergent Areas

STEM Education and Training Issue