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Getting more innovation from public research

Funded under: FP5-INNOVATION-SME


In this report we examine some central aspects of technology transfer from large public research institutions (LPRIs). The report analyses the role LPRIs play in national innovation systems, the strategies, processes, structures, resources associated with Technology Transfer and the underlying political and cultural aspects which influence the effectiveness of Technology Transfer. Based on this analysis, we develop best practices and derive recommendations how for LPRIs, although diverse in purpose and mode of operation, can improve their transfer effectiveness and efficiency and thus further improve the contribution they make to national and international innovation systems.

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Authors: BRAUN M, Arthur D. Little International Inc;GRAF G, Arthur D. Little International Inc;BROWN D, Arthur D. Little International Inc;LEROYER J, Arthur D. Little International Inc;SABISCH H, Technische Universitõt Dresden (DE);MEISSNER D, Technische Universitõt Dresden (DE);ROUACH D, EAP European School of Management, Paris - Oxford - Madrid - Berlin;SANTI P, EAP European School of Management, Paris - Oxford - Madrid - Berlin
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 17026 EN (2000) 99 pp.
Availability: Available free of charge from the Innovation Helpdesk
ISBN: ISBN 92-828-9580-7
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