Secrecy and Knowledge Production
This paper features chapters discussing the relationship of secrecy to the production of scientific and technical knowledge, the practice and consequences of secrecy in the national security arena, and the ways in which secrecy operates in private corporate settings. The authors, scholars and practitioners from the worlds of national security and business, also investigate the similarities and differences between corporate and military secrecy.
© 1999 Peace Studies Program (PSP), Cornell University
Steven Aftergood, Keith C. Clarke, John G. Cloud, Michael Aaron Dennis, W. Mark Fruin, Hugh Gusterson, Francis B. Kapper, Alec Shuldiner, David A. Wallace, Susan Wright