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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.

Appeared in: Volume 11, Number 1 | Published on: August 1, 2015
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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