Technology transfer systems in the United States and Germany: lessons and perspectives

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National Academy Press, 1997 - Business & Economics - 425 pages
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This book explores major similarities and differences in the structure, conduct, and performance of the national technology transfer systems of Germany and the United States. It maps the technology transfer landscape in each country in detail, uses case studies to examine the dynamics of technology transfer in four major technology areas, and identifies areas and opportunities for further mutual learning between the two national systems.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
2
COMPARISON OF MAJOR TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER INSTITUTIONS
9
SELECTED TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER ISSUES IN
29
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
35
TRANSATLANTIC COOPERATIVE COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
53
PART
61
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FROM HIGHER EDUCATION
91
U S FEDERAL LABORATORIES AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
124
THE BOILER
237
INTRODUCTION
245
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FROM UNIVERSITIES
272
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FROM PUBLIC INTERMEDIATE
302
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER BY INDUSTRIAL RD CONSORTIA
332
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN SELECTED AREAS
341
TRANSFER FROM A FRAUNHOFER
352
Notes
363

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER BY PRIVATELY HELD NONACADEMIC
151
Annex
176
THE DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER OF MANUFACTURING
193
MICROELECTRONICS
213
SOFTWARE
224
References
381
Biographical Information for the Binational Panel
400
Index
409
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