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Journal of Engineering
and Public Policy

(Volume 10, August 2006)

Table of Contents

Introduction

Ensuring America's Competitiveness:  Strengthening K-12 Education, Anthony Azevedo (University of California at Berkeley)

Fuel Economy Standards and Risk in the Automotive Industry, Irene Berry (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)

Patent Reform: Addressing Patent Trolling in the IT Industry while Balancing Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights, Emily M. Van Vliet (Cedarville University)

ISSUES IN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

Thorium for use in Plutonium Disposition, Proliferation-Resistant Fuels for Developing Countries, and Future Reactor Designs, Brian Johnson (Oregon State University)

Using Financial Incentives to Encourage Wind Power Project Development, Sasha Kemmet (Iowa State University)

Biomass to Liquid Fuels Production Through Agenda 2020: An Analysis of Technical and Political Challenges , Chelsey A. MacNeill (Michigan Technological University)


Near Term Energy Potential Realization of Domestic Methane Hydrate Deposits: The Need for Funding and Industry Participation, Liz Morel (University of Kansas)


Cooperative Planning:  Building a Sustainable Nuclear Energy Industry, Megan Sharrow (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

 

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