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Short- and Long-term Economic Impacts of S&T Investments: Data Issues. Science of Science Policy Interagency Group. Background. SOSP Roadmap and workshop Data module Input on data infrastructure Data Infrastructure working group NSF, NIH, IRS, BEA January “next steps” memo

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short and long term economic impacts of s t investments data issues

Short- and Long-term Economic Impacts of S&T Investments: Data Issues

Science of Science Policy

Interagency Group

background
Background
  • SOSP Roadmap and workshop
    • Data module
    • Input on data infrastructure
  • Data Infrastructure working group
    • NSF, NIH, IRS, BEA
    • January “next steps” memo
  • The new importance of science in economic growth
    • America COMPETES
    • ARRA
    • Congressman Holt’s letter
illustrative challenges
Illustrative challenges
  • Current data system for program administration, not management information
  • Limited linkage of inputs and outcomes
  • No detail on individual students (RA’s, grads and undergrads) supported by grants
  • Annual and final reports not in structured format
  • => Robinson Crusoe decision
example estimating job creation
Example: Estimating Job Creation
  • Identifying informed respondent
    • HR?
    • Finance?
    • SRO?
  • Identifying appropriate concept
    • What is a job
    • What is a “created” job
    • What is due to stimulus, given churn in jobs
  • Getting good estimate
    • Experience with employment surveys
  • Burden and confusion
possible approach
Possible approach
  • Automatically generate job creation measures
    • Create administrative tracking system
      • Existing payroll management systems
      • Unemployment insurance wage records
    • External validation and accountability
      • Credible researchers (not Fed estimates)
      • External tagging
possible approach1
Possible approach
  • Work with willing agencies
  • Pilot with some academic institutions

- Federal Demonstration Project

  • Pilot with some HR packages
    • E.g Peoplesoft
  • Develop useful and interesting end products
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1. “products” to get buy in

2. Administrative measures of job creation (and earnings) on flow basis

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Personnel

Contractor

Vendor

STAR

Pilot

Project

Institution

STAR

Agency Budget

Award

Record

Acquisition

And Analysis

Agency

Direct

Benefit

Analysis

Award

State

Funding

Endowment

Funding

Institution

Papers

Intellectual

Property

Benefit

Analysis

Research

Project

Financial System

Disbursement

Patents

Innovation

Analysis

Start-Up

Procurement

System

Subcontracting

System

HR System

Jobs,

Purchases,

Contracts

Benefit

Analysis

Hire

Buy

Engage

Detailed

Characterization

and

Summary

Existing

Institutional

Reporting

Download

State

other key issues with arra
Other key issues with ARRA
  • Agencies overloaded with reporting requirements
  • Recipients overloaded with reporting requirements
  • Financial reporting is top priority
broader vision
Broader vision
  • Create science policy data infrastructure
    • Leverage existing systems to minimize burden
    • Create flow estimates of awards, outcomes within a single administrative system
    • Match to other administrative and survey data in secure environment (e.g. student flows to firms, PI activities; firm outcomes: patents; r&d tax credits; IPOs)
    • Generate consistent, evidence based, open and transparent estimates of economic and societal impact
    • Cumulate impacts over time and by discipline
next steps partnership
Next steps: partnership
  • Pilot on developing administrative data infrastructure (role for FDP)
    • Developing functional specs
    • Test team of 4-6 FDP members
    • We will come to your institution for discussion
  • Agency support
    • Everyone please complete and send the Survey back
    • We need to have the Test Team identified by 5/27
contact us at any time
Contact Us At Any Time

For questions, follow-up or if some of your institution support people would like to talk more about what is being planned

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