Duke's Golden Goose project was initiated to uncover the trends in production and use of science by U.S. corporations.
Government data and research point to a 30 years decline in U.S. corporate investment in basic and applied research.
In this project, we provide data on a broad range of companies, of different sizes and across many industries over a quarter of a century using novel measures of production and use of science.
Our mission is to develop a better understanding of the factors associated with the changes in corporate research.
Funding for this project was provided by the EAGER 1643538: Measuring American Corporate Science grant
You can learn more about the EAGER grant here