IntroductionCitation formats

Standard

Introduction : Why now is an important time to consider history. / Flanagan, Kieron.

Lessons from the History of UK Science Policy. ed. / Kieron Flanagan; Sabine Clarke; Jon Agar; David Edgerton; Claire Craig. British Academy, 2019. (Policy Histories).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterpeer-review

Harvard

Flanagan, K 2019, Introduction: Why now is an important time to consider history. in K Flanagan, S Clarke, J Agar, D Edgerton & C Craig (eds), Lessons from the History of UK Science Policy. Policy Histories, British Academy. <https://www.thebritishacademy.ac.uk/publications/policy-histories-lessons-history-uk-science-policy>

APA

Flanagan, K. (2019). Introduction: Why now is an important time to consider history. In K. Flanagan, S. Clarke, J. Agar, D. Edgerton, & C. Craig (Eds.), Lessons from the History of UK Science Policy (Policy Histories). British Academy. https://www.thebritishacademy.ac.uk/publications/policy-histories-lessons-history-uk-science-policy

Vancouver

Flanagan K. Introduction: Why now is an important time to consider history. In Flanagan K, Clarke S, Agar J, Edgerton D, Craig C, editors, Lessons from the History of UK Science Policy. British Academy. 2019. (Policy Histories).

Author

Flanagan, Kieron. / Introduction : Why now is an important time to consider history. Lessons from the History of UK Science Policy. editor / Kieron Flanagan ; Sabine Clarke ; Jon Agar ; David Edgerton ; Claire Craig. British Academy, 2019. (Policy Histories).

Bibtex

@inbook{99061cceddd543aa9169d56c92d0ca35,
title = "Introduction: Why now is an important time to consider history",
abstract = "This Policy History report reflects on historical analyses of the developments in British science policy over the last 100 years, in order to identify insights, trends, and implications for policymakers today. The report asks what lessons this might have for our understanding of the relationship between science policy and industrial strategy, which has become increasingly significant with the UK government{\textquoteright}s publication of its Industrial Strategy in 2017.",
keywords = "science policy, industrial strategy, British history, economic policy, industrial policy, technology policy",
author = "Kieron Flanagan",
year = "2019",
language = "English",
isbn = "9780856726352",
series = "Policy Histories",
publisher = "British Academy",
editor = "Kieron Flanagan and Sabine Clarke and Jon Agar and David Edgerton and Claire Craig",
booktitle = "Lessons from the History of UK Science Policy",
address = "United Kingdom",

}

RIS

TY - CHAP

T1 - Introduction

T2 - Why now is an important time to consider history

AU - Flanagan, Kieron

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - This Policy History report reflects on historical analyses of the developments in British science policy over the last 100 years, in order to identify insights, trends, and implications for policymakers today. The report asks what lessons this might have for our understanding of the relationship between science policy and industrial strategy, which has become increasingly significant with the UK government’s publication of its Industrial Strategy in 2017.

AB - This Policy History report reflects on historical analyses of the developments in British science policy over the last 100 years, in order to identify insights, trends, and implications for policymakers today. The report asks what lessons this might have for our understanding of the relationship between science policy and industrial strategy, which has become increasingly significant with the UK government’s publication of its Industrial Strategy in 2017.

KW - science policy

KW - industrial strategy

KW - British history

KW - economic policy

KW - industrial policy

KW - technology policy

M3 - Chapter

SN - 9780856726352

T3 - Policy Histories

BT - Lessons from the History of UK Science Policy

A2 - Flanagan, Kieron

A2 - Clarke, Sabine

A2 - Agar, Jon

A2 - Edgerton, David

A2 - Craig, Claire

PB - British Academy

ER -