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Barry Bozeman

Barry Bozeman

Ander Crenshaw Professor of Public Policy and Regents' Professor of Public Policy, Department of Public Administration, School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia

bbozeman@uga.edu

706-583-5570

Department of Public Administration
University of Georgia
355 S Jackson St
Athens, GA 30602

Titles

  • Ander Crenshaw Professor of Public Policy and Regents' Professor of Public Policy, Department of Public Administration, School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia

Biography

Barry Bozeman is Ander Crenshaw Professor and Regents' Professor of Public Policy. He holds appointments as Adjunct Honorary Professor of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen and as Distinguished Visiting Scholar of Public Policy and Research Professor of Political Science at Arizona State University. He is Fellow, Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes and a Research Team Leader for the NSF-funded multi-university Center for Nanotechnology and Society.

Before joining the University of Georgia Bozeman served as Regents' Professor of Public Policy, Georgia Tech, and Professor of Public Administration and Adjunct Professor of Engineering, the Maxwell School, Syracuse University. At Georgia Tech, he was first full-time Director of the School of Public Policy and founding Director of the Research Value Mapping Program. At Syracuse University, he was founding Director of the Center for Technology and Information Policy.

Bozeman's practitioner experience includes a position at the National Science Foundation's Division of Information Technology and a visiting position at the Science and Technology Agency's (Japan) National Institute of Science and Technology Policy. He is co-editor of Journal of Technology Transfer. Bozeman has served as a consultant to a variety of federal and state agencies in the United States, including the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Commerce, the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy. He has helped in the design and evaluation of the national innovation systems of the Republic of South Africa, Canada, New Zealand, France, Israel, Chile, and Argentina. He is a member of the scientific council of the Institut Francilien Recherche, Innovation et Société (France). Bozeman's research has been funded by grants from the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Commerce, EPA, the Office of Naval Research, the Kellogg Foundation, the Sloan Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation, among others. He has served on five National Academy of Science/National Academy of Engineering panels.

Education

  • PhD, Political Science, Ohio State University, 1973
  • BA, Political Science, Florida Atlantic University, 1968

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Journal Articles

2006

Corley, E. A., P. C. Boardman and B. Bozeman. 2006. Design and the management of multi-institutional research collaborations: Theoretical implications from two case studies. Research Policy 36(7):975-993. DOI: 10.1016/j.respol.2006.05.003. (link )

Books

1998

Crow, M. M. and B. Bozeman. 1998. Limited by Design: R&D Laboratories in the U.S. National Innovation System. Columbia University Press. ISBN: 978-0231109826.

1988

Crow, M. M., B. Bozeman, W. Meyer and R. F. Shangraw, Jr. 1988. Synthetic Fuel Technology Development in the United States: A Retrospective Assessment. Pranger. ISBN: 978-0275930837.

1984

Bozeman, B., M. M. Crow and A. N. Link eds. 1984. Strategic Management of Industrial Industrial R&D. Lexington Books. ISBN: 0669082694.

Presentations

2004

Corley, E. A. and B. Bozeman. 2004. Evaluating research as a "knowledge value collective": The case study of polycystic ovarian syndrome research. Presentation at the 28-30 October 2004 Twenty-Sixth Annual APPAM Research Conference, Creating and Using Evidence in Public Policy Analysis and Management, Atlanta, GA.

2000

Corley, E. A., B. Bozeman and M. Gaughan. 2000. Constraints on the careers and productivity of women scientists: Implications for research policy. Presentation at the 2-4 November 2000 Twenty-Second Annual APPAM Research Conference, Doing and Using Public Policy Analysis and Management Research, Seattle, WA.