Science & Public Policy Seeks Book Reviewers

Science & Public Policy is currently seeking reviewers for a number of books. If you are interested in reviewing one of the books and can complete the review within a four-month period please see additional information.

Science & Public Policy Seeks Book Reviewers

Science & Public Policy is currently seeking reviewers for the following books:

1. Beyond Sputnik: US Science Policy in the 21st Century, by Homer A.
Neal, Tobin L. Smith, and Jennifer B. McCormick, 2008, University of
Michigan Press

2. North American Freight Transportation: The Road to Security and
Prosperity by Mary R. Brooks, William A. Black, 2008, Edward Elgar

3. New Global Frontiers In Regulation: The Age of Nanotechnology
Edited by Graeme Hodge, Director, Diana Bowman and Karinne
Ludlow,Monash 2008, Edward Elgar

4. Governance, Globalization And Public Policy, Edited by Patricia
Kennett, 2008, Edward Elgar

5. Cluster Policies In Europe: Firms, Institutions, and Governance,
by Susana BorrĂ¡s, 2009, Edward Elgar

6. Market Rebels: How Activists Make or Break Radical Innovations, by
Hayagreeva Rao, 2008, Princeton University Press

7. Science, Policy and the value-Free Ideal by Heather Douglas, 2009,
University of Pittsburg Press

If you are interested in reviewing one of these books and can complete
the review within a four-month period from receiving the book please
contact Dan Meeking as soon as possible. If you have not reviewed for
us in the last two years, include a brief (one paragraph) indication
of you background and interest.

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