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International technological cooperation has increased substantially since the beginning of the 1980s, mainly due to the incentive provided by major European R&D programmes and the EUREKA initiative. Since their launch in 1984, the SPRINT networks have helped to establish relations between many types of partners in the European Community and an increasing number of associated countries. These partners look to benefit from such international technological cooperation. The SPRINT programme encourages this trend by supporting all interface activities useful to furthering innovation and technology transfers in Europe. The purpose of this manual is to facilitate the functional analysis of technological cooperation projects to define the division of responsibilities, works and costs, as well as subsequent technical results, contracts and profits.

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Authors: DUHAMEL M, Paris (FR);BARSACQ F, Paris (FR)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 14499 EN (1993) 36 pp., FS, ECU 7
Availability: (2)
ISBN: ISBN 92-826-5647-0
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