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Information and Biological Revolutions

Global Governance Challenges — Summary of a Study Group

Published 2000

by Francis Fukuyama, Caroline S. Wagner

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This report summarizes the issues that arose and the discussions held during the meetings of a 1998-1999 study group focusing on global governance of information technology and biotechnology. The goal was to bring a policy perspective to bear on a discussion of new technological developments through a series of free-flowing and exploratory presentations and discussions.

This project was conducted in RAND's Science and Technology Policy Institute.

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