Technology transfer and intellectual property management in German HEI"s

current themes and perspectives by Adrian R. Gourlay

Publisher: Loughborough University, Department of Economics in Loughborough

Written in English
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StatementAdrian R. Gourlay and Kate E. Hargreaves.
SeriesEconomic research paper / Loughborough University, Department of Economics -- no.98/1, Economic research paper (Loughborough University, Department of Economics) -- no.98/1.
ContributionsHargreaves, Kate E., Loughborough University of Technology. Department of Economics.
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We review literature on intellectual property (IP) management in technology transfer offices (TTOs). • The view of IP management in this literature is too simplistic, focusing on privatizing research results through patenting.

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This empirical study, based on a national survey of more than independent German technology transfer centres (TTC) of the Steinbeis-Foundation, assesses the degree of success which technology. All aspects of Intellectual Property law covered: patent litigation, prosecution, licensing and business strategy.

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The technology transfer relates to voluntary or non-market transactions by which a firm gains access to technology developed in another country. Therefore, policies made to develop a strong IPR regime can help developing countries gain access to foreign technology. Intellectual Property.

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Intellectual property/capital are terms used to describe intangible assets: the results of human endeavour that have value and are original, such as designs, publications, inventions, computer software and music.

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