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Comparative Technology Transfer and Society 1.2 (2003) 238-240

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Donald E. Klingner
Graduate School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Denver and University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Donald Klingner is a professor of public management in the Graduate School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs; co-author of Public Personnel Management (Simon & Schuster, 5th edition, 2003), which is also published in Spanish and Chinese; consultant to the United Nations, World Bank, and Interamerican Development Bank (IADB); visiting professor at UNAM (Mexico); Fulbright Scholar; member of the National Academy for Public Administration (NAPA) advisory panels on classification and judicial salary reform; Chair of the American Society for Public Administration's sections on Personnel and Labor Relations (1983-1984) and International and Comparative Administration (2001-2003); and an Editor-in-Chief of Comparative Technology Transfer and Society. He received his Ph.D. in Public Administration from the University of Southern California and has worked for the U.S. Civil Service Commission (1968- 1973), Indiana University (1974-1980), and Florida International University (1980-2001). He can be reached at <>.

John F. Milliman
College of Business and Administration, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

John Milliman is a professor in the Department of Management at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Dr. Milliman obtained a B.A. in Business Economics at the University of California at Santa Barbara, an M.S. in Public Health at U.C.L.A., and a Ph.D. in Business Administration at the University of Southern California. Dr. Milliman worked in management in the health care industry for eight years and has taught at the University of Colorado since 1992. He has worked with organizations and published articles in the area of performance management, international human resource management, environmental management, and spirituality at work. He can be reached at <>. [End Page 238]

John W. Grosskopf
ISO Network

John Grosskopf is an environmental and engineering professional with over 27 years of comprehensive experience in environmental engineering, environmental program management, and consulting. He specializes in helping firms achieve superior environmental and business performance through the application of best industry and commercial practices, environmental management systems (including ISO 14001), and beyond compliance activities, including sustainability. John received his Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from The Ohio State University in 1975, is a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.), and is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers. He has authored dozens of newspaper, journal and magazine articles, and book chapters, and is a guest lecturer at many universities and colleges. John is currently the president of the Rocky Mountain Association of Environmental Professionals and is involved in a number of industry-leading initiatives nationally and in Colorado, including the National Environmental Policy Initiative, the Dialogue for Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) Leaders, and many others. He can be reached at <>.

Edward Beatty
Department of History and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame

Edward (Ted) Beatty is an assistant professor in the Department of History and a Fellow at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame. He is the author of Institutions and Investment: The Political Basis of Industrialization in Mexico before 1911 (Stanford, 2001), and several articles on Mexican economic history. He is currently working on a long-term project on technological change in nineteenth-century Mexico, funded by the National Science Foundation. He can be reached at <>.

Clapperton Mavhunga
History Department, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Clapperton Mavhunga is a lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe. He holds a Masters of Arts Degree from the University of the Witwatersrand, where he is currently pursuing Ph.D. studies. His current research focuses on African Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Wildlife, as well as colonial and postcolonial wildlife tourism development in Zimbabwe and Southern Africa. In particular, he focuses on the environmental and technological history of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park and Victoria Falls. He can be reached at <


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