1 edition of Global perspectives on technology transfer and commercialization found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
|Technology commercialization in Chinese universities : an innovation system approach / Lan Xue and Ling Zhou Perspectives on technology transfer and commercialization in Africa : a focus on Kenya / Kamau Gachigi, Paul Kukubo and Crispus M. Kiamba Some UK experience of technology transfer and commercialization / Robert Hodgson A stress test for creative and innovative management : entrepreneurship in a war zone / Corey P. Carbonara, Michael F. Korpi and Marc LeGare The land of milk, honey and ideas : what makes Israel a hotbed for entrepreneurship and innovation? / Uzi de Haan and Boaz Golany Disclosing activities by inventors and technology commercialization : a case study of a Japanese company / Michi Fukushima Creative model of science park development : case study on Daedeok Innopolis, Korea / Deog-Seong Oh and Byung-Joo Kang Malta : a Mediterranean island state, its university, and its future / Juanito Camilleri and Alberto Caruana Technology transfer in Mexico : trends in public policies and the program at Monterrey International City of Knowledge / Jaime Parada Ávila Technology transfer and the development of new technology-based firms : Polish perspectives and a case study on nanotechnology / Dariusz Trzmielak Portugal at the crossroads of change, facing the shock of the new : people, knowledge and ideas fostering the social fabric to facilitate the concentration of knowledge-integrated communities / Manuel Heitor and Marco Bravo Technology transfer and commercialization in Russia / Nikolay Rogalev The experience in the United States : a university perspective / Patricia G. Greene and Mark P. Rice.|
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When examined as a process, Global perspectives on technology transfer and commercialization transfer refers to the effective exchange of technical information among scientists and engineers as individuals, groups, or representatives of institutions or companies.
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the adoption of new household technology• Before turning to discuss each one of these aspects short definitions of the two terms will be useful: Technology transfer refers to the movement of know-how, skills, technical knowledge, procedures, methods, expertise or technology from one organizational setting to another Roessner, 2000. Here, scholars from 13 countries come together to critique technology transfer from each of their respective nations.
The contribution of university research to the growth of academic start-ups: An empirical analysis. In that vein, this book provides critical insight based on cutting-edge analyses of how to frame, design, launch, and sustain efforts… Annual report covering the 2008-2009 activities of the University Technology Enterprise Network UTEN. Small Business Economics, 38 2197—215. Gibson, Associate Director and Nadya Kozmetsky Scott Centennial Fellow, IC 2 Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, US.
Next, it presents carefully selected studies that illustrate the potential impacts of government decisions upon marketing constraints, industry acceptance of regulatory requirements, economic development, gross domestic product, and the choices firms make when it comes to location, competitiveness, product development, and other factors.
Journal of Technology Transfer, 36 3316—339. The pace and effectiveness of such a process has a substantial impact on the contribution of the respective public investments to economic development and calls for awareness regarding i its processes and the key actors involved, ii the conditions that enable such processes, iii the factors that affect the demand for it and iv the rationales and means of policy intervention.
— A new take on an old proverb Technology transfer is much discussed but is defined in different ways depending on the context. Mascarenhas, Ram Kesavan, and Michael D.
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At the same time, these technologies are changing rapidly, shortening the life cycles of products and the underlying processes, and raising technology costs.
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