Managing International Technology Transfer

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International Thomson Business Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 293 pages
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As a result of the rapid globalization of business the subject of international technology transfer is now of importance to both scholars and practitioners of international business. In drawing his examination from the fields of international studies, international management and international law, Min Chen provides a comprehensive consideration of the management and legal implications of international technology transfer. The text is divided into four organically linked parts which discuss comparative national policies on technology transfer, the international protection of intellectual property, international licensing and, lastly, international technology transfer via other major commercial channels. This work should be of interest to students and academics in business and technology, also to international executives and lawyers.

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Concepts and issues
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Comparative national models of technology acquisition
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Assessing Japanese technology transfer to Southeast Asia
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American Graduate School

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