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RESTPOR 96. REgional Science & Technology POlicy Research. Conference proceedings. Session IIIA: Technology transfer and RTD networks

Funded under: FP5


RESTPOR is a programme of international workshops designed to assess the impact of past and current science, technology and innovation policy on regional development, and to explore the latest academic thinking in this area.

The third RESTPOR Conference - entitled Global Comparison of Regional RTD and Innovation Strategies for Development and Cohesion - was organised by the European Commission in Brussels, 19-21 September 1996. This document contains the following articles from the proceedings:

- Technology transfer, innovation networking and regional development - Dr. K. Koschatzky
- A company of their own: Entrepreneurial scientists and the formation of firms from academic research in the United States - Prof. H. Etzkowitz
- Barriers to technological transfer: Culture and the limits to regional systems of innovation - Prof. M.Gertler
- The importance of RTD networks for regional development in the global market - Prof. L. Tsipouri
- Questions and comments

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