Biomedical scientists' concern about the future of funding of health science research prompted this volume's exploration of the financing of the entire health research enterprise and the complex reasons underlying these increasing concerns. The committee presents clear-cut recommendations for improving allocation policies to ensure a balanced distribution of resources that will allow the biomedical research community to build on exciting recent discoveries in many areas. Funding Health Sciences Research also provides the first-ever comprehensive reports on the 1980s policies that have affected the research landscape, including stabilization, downward negotiation, and extended grant duration.The 1981 Economic Recovery Tax Act provided a tax credit for incremental increases in Raamp;D spending to foster additional ... The administration also would like to allow start-up companies to carry earned credits forward 15 years, for theseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Funding Health Sciences Research|
|Author||:||Committee on Policies for Allocating Health Sciences Research Funds|
|Publisher||:||National Academies - 1990-01-01|