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Working Papers

Title: Reproductive Health: New Directions and New Technologies
Authors: Margaret Catley-Carlson, Michael E. Kafrissen, Rodney W. Nichols, Susan U. Raymond, Allan Rosenfield
Date: September 1998

Title: Science, Technology, and the Law
Authors: Ronald Bailey, Kenneth Dam, George Ehrlich, Kenneth R. Foster, Peter Huber, Alex Kozinski, Debra Miller, Rodney W. Nichols, Alan Charles Raul, Susan Raymond
Date: August 1998

Title: Global Research Collaboration and Technological Competition
Authors: Susan U. Raymond
Date: June 1998

Title: Science and Technology for African Development: Partnerships in a Global Economy
Authors: Stephen Chandiwana, Pieter J.D. Drenth, Jacques Gaillard, Soodursun Jugessur, Iba Kone, Susan U. Raymond, Clive Shiff, D. N. Tarpeh, Roland Waast
Date: March 1998

Title: Technology and Arms Control for Weapons of Mass Destruction
Authors: Richard Danzig, John D. Holum, Joshua Lederberg, Stephen S. Morse, Rodney W. Nichols, Susan U. Raymond
Date: January 1998

Title: Scientific Cooperation and Conflict Resolution
Authors: Hana Bar-On, Alexander Keynan, Alan McDonald, John R. Redick, JP Perry Robison, Dani Shoham, Kathlin Smith, Richard P. Suttmeier, Gregory van der Vink, Iddo Wernick, Paulo Wrobel
Date: January 1998

Title: Health Challenges for the 21st Century
Authors: Margaret Hamburg, Joshua Lederberg, Stephen Morse, Philip R. Reilly, Timothy Wirth
Date: February 1997

Title: Global Cooperation in Science, Engineering, and Medicine
Authors: Rodney Nichols, Susan Raymond
Date: February 1996

Title: Global Cooperation in Science, Engineering, and Medicine
Authors: Arima Akito, Jorge Allende, Jesse Ausubel, Edward Ayensu, D. Allan Bromley, Guillermo Cardoza, Praveen Chaudhari, Umberto Colombo, Yuri Gleba, Mark Horn, Coe Ishimoto, Geraldine Kenney-Wallace, Young Gul Kim, Rodney Nichols, Jan Nilsson, Geoffrey Oldham, R. K. Pachauri, William Padolina, Kenneth Prewitt, Susan Raymond, Heinz Riesenhuber, Zehev Tadmor, Greg Tegart, Raimundo Villegas, Diana Wolff-Albers
Date: November 1995