Technology transfer: a communication perspective

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Sage Publications, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 302 pages
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Technology Transfer brings together for the first time research from group, organizational, media and interpersonal communication perspectives. The central topics considered include:

} identification and definition of technology transfer

} organization to enhance technology transfer

} the roles of universities, government and industry in the technology transfer environment

} the distinctive elements of the communication process in technology transfer

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Contents

Frederick Williams and David V Gibson
9
The Coming Economy
21
The Organizational Setting of Technology Transfer
41
The Microelectronics
93
The Phoenix Arizona Study
132
The SpinOut Process
153
Tsukuba Science City
211
Tecnopolis Novus Ortus and the
226
Indias Emerging Technopolis
240
Preparation
258
A Bibliographic View
277
Index
293
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About the author (1990)

Frederick Williams is associate professor of foreign languages and director of the University Honors Program at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

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