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Appeared in: Volume 11, Number 1
Published on: August 1, 2015
Policy Shop
All That DARPA Can Be

How DARPA has organized itself for innovation bears lessons for the U.S. economy that are more useful than the innovations themselves.

William B. Bonvillian directs MIT’s Washington Office. He teaches on the adjunct faculty at Georgetown and Johns Hopkins-SAIS and co-authored, with Charles Weiss of Georgetown, a new book out in September, Technological Innovation in Legacy Sectors (Oxford University Press), which he drew on here. He is indebted to his co-author for numerous insights behind this article.
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