Sharing out NASA's spoils
Roger H. Bezdek & Robert M. Wendling
Management Information Services Inc., 116 Fourth Street SE, Washington, DC 20003, USA.
The economic benefits of NASA's programmes are greater than generally recognized. The main beneficiaries may not even realize the source of their good fortune.
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