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PUBLICATIONS, HEARINGS & POSITION PAPERS

BOOKS :

“A Study of a Profession and Professional Education,” Allen B. Rosenstein, UCLA EDP 7-68, December 1968

“Engineering Communications,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Robert R. Rathbone & William F. Schneerer, Prentiss Hall Series in Engineering Design, 1964

HEARINGS:

Hearings on HR 2165, “The Role of Science and Technology in Competitiveness,” Sub-committee on Science, Space and Technology, April 28-30, 1987

Advocates:

Allen B. Rosenstein, UCLA Professor of Engineering, Board Chair Pioneer Magnetics
Pat Choate, Director of Policy Analysis, TRW
Russell C. Drew, President IEEE
Charles Sporck, Chairman & CEO National Semiconductor Corp.
Larry Sumney, President Semiconductor Research
Stanley Winkleman, Management Consultant, Former Chairman of New Detroit

Hearings on HR 3997 National Policy and Technology Foundation Act , by Subcommittee on Science Research and Technology, June 1986, Reference: Ezra Vogel “Pax Nipponica,” Pp 753-767

Advocates:

Pat Choate, Director of Policy Analysis, TRW
George C. Lodge, Harvard Professor, Business Administration
Howard D. Samuel, President AFL-CIO
Congressman Vic Fazio
Myron Tribus, Director NSPE’s Center for Advanced Engineering
Allen B. Rosenstein, Board Chair Pioneer Magnetics, UCLA Professor of Engineering

Hearing on HR 4245 Federal Organization for Technological Innovation, Subcommittee on Science Research and Technology, Witness: Allen B. Rosenstein, June 1984

Hearing on HR 3839 to Establish a U.S. Design Council Within the Department of Commerce, Before Sub-committee on Science, Research and Technology, Witness: Allen B. Rosenstein, Testimony on National Policy, January 1982

Hearing on HR 6910 National Technology Foundation of 1980, Witness: Allen B. Rosenstein, Testimony September 1980
PUBLICATIONS, ARTICLES, REPORTS, etc :

“A Perfect Economic Storm – The American Crisis,” Allen B. Rosenstein, December 8, 2009, Rev. March 17, 2010 + Critique

“President Obama’s czar system,” Los Angeles Times, March 5, 2009, Critique by Allen B. Rosenstein

“International Competitiveness Advantages – Winners and Losers,” Letter, 2009

“The Center of the Competitive Universe – Science R&D vs. Market/Technology D&R Driven Economy,” Analysis Allen B. Rosenstein, November 2008

“America’s Last Chance,” Report by Allen B. Rosenstein, September 2008

“The Rise and Fall of the United States of America – A Mandate for Change ,” Report Allen B. Rosenstein, 2007

Critique on AeA Article, “We Are Still Losing the Competitive Advantage,” Allen B. Rosenstein, March 2007

“Obsolete Institutions, Societal Models & Assumptions,” Position Paper, Allen B. Rosenstein, 2007

“Incoherent National Policy Revisited,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Position Paper, 2007

Council on Competitiveness Correspondence, Letter to the Honorable Deborah L. Wince-Smith, August 14, 2006

“Rising Above the Gathering Storm,” National Academies, Critique by Allen B. Rosenstein, 2005

"Why PFC?" Electronic Product News, by Dr. Allen Rosenstein & Param Panesar, March 1999

“Balanced Trade,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Position Paper, 1996

Remarks on a Covenant to Decouple Inflation Control From Economic Stimulation, AARP Meeting, April 11, 1996, “The Future of Work,” Allen B. Rosenstein

“The Debate Over Trade, Technology, Economic Growth,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Position Paper, 1996

A Strategy to Constrain Inflation and Provide Low Cost Capital, Draft position statement for IEEE Competitiveness Policy Committee, October 20, 1995

“An American Economic Doomsday Machine,” Allen B. Rosenstein & Bruce Merrifield, April, 1995

“Industry Led National Technology Delivery System,” IEEE Competitiveness Committee: Charles Eldon, Arthur Stern and Allen B. Rosenstein, July 1995

“Balanced Trade Policy,” Allen B. Rosenstein, IEEE-USA Competitiveness Policy Committee, 1995

“Initiative for an Industry-led National Technology Delivery System,” Allen B. Rosenstein, IEEE Competitiveness Committee, 1993

"German Technology Policy: Incentive for Industrial Innovation," An Occasional Paper from the council on Competitiveness, Comparison of Technology Delivery Systems of U.S., Germany, Japan, Critique by Allen B. Rosenstein, August 20, 1992

“To Rebuild the Economy and Balance the Budget Without Raising Taxes or Reducing Benefits,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Economic Strategy Institute Seminar, Washington, DC, 1992

"Comparison of Technology Delivery Systems of U.S., Germany, Japan," August 20, 1992, Allen B. Rosenstein

“Government and Higher Education,” University of Southern California, Keynote Speech by Allen B. Rosenstein, 1991

“World-class Manufacturing Matters: Recession and Revitalization,” Allen B. Rosenstein, National Foundation Manufacturing Sciences Proceedings, 1991

U.S. Competitiveness Position Paper, I.E.E.E. - U.S. Competitiveness Committee, Allen B. Rosenstein/Member, October 22, 1991

“Competitiveness and National Policy,” Allen B. Rosenstein, National Conference on the Advancement of Research, October, 1990

"Competitiveness, Incoherent National Policy and Capital Cost," A Proposal to Balance the Budget Without Raising Taxes or Cutting Benefits, March 19, 1990, Allen B. Rosenstein

"Selling Off America's Assets," Allen B. Rosenstein, Electronics USA, Spring 1990

“Savings, Investment, Productivity and Capital Cost,” Allen B. Rosenstein, April 1990

“America’s Future at Stake: Capital Costs and Job Creation,” Report Allen B. Rosenstein, American Electronics Association, January 1990

“Taming the Capitalist Dragon – A Plan to Save the U.S. Economy,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Domestic Public Affairs Steering committee, American Electronics Association, November 1989

“Competitiveness and Incoherent National Policy,” Allen B. Rosenstein, National Academy of Public Administration, Keynote Speech, 1989

"Picking Up The Pace," Critique by Allen B. Rosenstein, of the Report by the Council on Competitiveness, Allen B. Rosenstein, October 3, 1988

Member of the Advisory Board of the Science Space and Technology Committee – Technology Policy Taskforce, September 1987

Report of Co-sponsors Upon HR 2165, The National Profession and Technology Act of 1986, August 1987

HR 2165, The National Policy and Technology Foundation, Introduced by Congressman George E. Brown and Congresswoman Claudine Schneider, 54 co-sponsors, June 1987

Invitation to join as Founding Member, Council on Competitiveness, May 1987

“Failure of the National Policy Process,” by Allen B. Rosenstein, May 1987

Letter re Creation of Bi-partisan Bill for National Policy and Technology Foundation, by Congressman George E. Brown and Congresswoman Claudia Schneider, March 1987

Task Force Bulletin on High Technology and Competitiveness by House Republican Research Committee, Critique by Allen B. Rosenstein, February 1987

Letter from Congresswoman Claudine Schneider & George E. Brown, Jr. Inviting cosponsors of HR 2165 National Policy and Technology Foundation Act, January 1987

“The Economic Competition, International Trade and Technology Development Act of 1987,” by Senator John Glenn, Critique by Allen B. Rosenstein, 1987

“Nobel Prize Awards In Science,” Report of Congressional Research, Library of Congress, Dr. Christopher T. Hill & Ms. Joan Winston, September 1986

“The National Policy and Technology Foundation Act,” HR 1265 Congressional Record, Hon. George E. Brown, Jr. 1986

“The National Policy and Technology Foundation Act,” Allen B. Rosenstein, HR 3997, 25 co-sponsors, December 1985

Discussion Panel for National Policy and Technology Act Allen B. Rosenstein, Committee on Science Research and Technology, June 1985

Letter from Tom Murran, V.P. Westinghouse, National Policy Foundation Bill, June 1985

“National Professions and Technology Foundation Act,” HR 4245, 98th Congress, 1st Session, 13 co-sponsors, Allen B. Rosenstein, October 1983

“A National Policy Facilitating Foundation,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Business Week & National Foreign Trade Council Foundation, October 1983

NSPE Report of the Technology Policy Taskforce , September 1982

Congressional Study Group on International Trade and Economy , Participant, September 1982

National Professions and Technology Foundation , Proposal, Allen B. Rosenstein, July 1982

“Japan’s Policy Implementation System,“ MITI Structure & Functions, Comments and Critique by Allen B. Rosenstein, 1982

“The National Professions Foundation, An Idea Whose Time Has Come,” IEEE Spectrum, Allen B. Rosenstein, August 1980

“The Need for a Problem-oriented National Foundation/A Partnership of Industry, Government, Education Labor and the Professions,” Allen B. Rosenstein, American Society for Engineering Education, 88th Annual Conference, June 1980

“The National Professions Foundation and the Future Quality of National Life,” Allen B. Rosenstein, American Association for the Advancement of Science, January 1979

“The Applied Humanities and The Institutionalization of Change,” Engineering Education in 2 Parts, Vol. 63, Allen B. Rosenstein, Pp. 523-527, April 1973 and Pp. 599-602, May 1973

“The National Professions Foundation,” Engineering Education, Allen B. Rosenstein, November 1970

“Integrated Computer Aided Design,” R. C. Hurst and Allen B. Rosenstein, AFIPS Joint computer Conferences, Houston, TX, November 1970

“The Changing Mission of the University and the Role of the Professions Schools,” Memorandum to UCLA Administration, Allen B. Rosenstein and Professions School Staff, May 1970

“Reflection Upon Society, University and the Professions,” Monogram, Allen B. Rosenstein, July 1969

“Dynamic Analysis and Design of Engineering Curricula – The Information Base,” Allen B. Rosenstein, UCLA Department of Engineering, EDP 4-68, June 1968

“Modeling, Analysis, Synthesis, Optimization and Decision-Making in Engineering Curricula,” Allen B. Rosenstein, UCLA Department of Engineering, EDP 2-68, April 1968

“The Concept of Engineering Design as a Formal Discipline,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Proc. ASME 8 th Annual Technical Symposium, Albuquerque, New Mexico, November 1967

“The Design of Graduate Design Programs,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Proc. 4th Annual conference on Engineering Design and Design Education, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, July 1967

“Resource Allocation under Uncertainty and Demand Interdependence,” A. Reisman, A. B. Rosenstein & E. Buffa, Journal of Industrial Engineering, XVII , August 1966

“Computer Aided Design,” Allen B. Rosenstein, NSF Conference on Impact of Computers in Engineering Design, April 21-23, 1966

“Systems Engineering and Modern Engineering Design,” Allen B. Rosenstein, 1965

“A Shiftrix for High-Speed Multiplication,” A. R. Martin & A. B. Rosenstein, IEEE Transactions on electronic computers, August 1965

“Introduction to Systems Engineering,” A. B. Rosenstein, Systems Engineering Seminar, North American Aviation, Inc., December 1964 – April 1965

“Pole-Zero Synthesis and The General Twin-T,” T. J. Lazear & A. B. Rosenstein, IEEE Transactions on Applications and Industry, November 1964

“Free Running – Switching Mode Power Regulator: Analysis & Design,” B. P. Schweitzer & A. B. Rosenstein, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace, October 1964

“s-Plane Synthesis of the Symmetrical Twin-T Network,” A. C. Barker & A. B. Rosenstein, IEEE National Electronics Conference, October 19-21, 1964

“Systems Engineering in Ceramics,” Allen B. Rosenstein, U.S. Department of Commerce, Proceedings of a Symposium, April 19, 1964

“The Great Curriculum Synthesis Game,” A. B. Rosenstein, A Preliminary Report Proposed for the curriculum Study Section of the National Science Foundation conference on Superior Students, June 1963

“On Pole-Zero Synthesis and the General Twin-T,” IEEE Pacific Annual Meeting, Conference Paper, June 1963

“A Unified course in Distributed Parameter Systems,” ASEE, Journal of Engineering Education, Allen B. Rosenstein, April 1963

“Information Theory and Curricular Synthesis,” D. Rosenthal, A. B. Rosenstein & G. Wiseman, UCLA, Department of Engineering, Educational Development Program, March 1963

“Twin-T Compensation Using Root Locus Methods,” J. B. Slaughter & A. B. Rosenstein, Navy Electronics Laboratory, January 1963

“Analysis, Synthesis, and Optimization, and Decision-Making in Engineering Curricula,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Journal of Engineering Education, Vol. 52, 3 200-207, December 1961

“The Transactor: A Self-Saturated Transformer” – Part 1, Allen B. Rosenstein, AIEE Communication and Electronics, May 1958

“160,000 Ampere High Speed Magnetic Amplifier Design ,” Allen B. Rosenstein, Transactions, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, March 1955

“Inductive Load Instability in Magnetic Amplifier,” H. I. Leon & A. B. Rosenstein, AIEE Electrical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, March 1955

“Precision High-Current Computer Power Supplies”, A. B. Rosenstein, AIEE Electrical Engineering, December 1954

“Ground Power Supply for Modern Aircraft,” T. B. Owen, J. A. Murray, Allen Rosenstein, Transactions, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Volume 66, 1947

“Electronically Controlled Dry-Disk Rectifier,” Allen Rosenstein, H. N. Barnett, Transactions, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, January, 1944


 

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