|Statement||prepared by the Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Technology of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, second session.|
|LC Classifications||T174.3 .U516 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||79601348|
Phyllis Speser's The Art and Science of Technology Transfer is a must read for innovators and managers of technology. There are several uncomfortable hurtles for entrepreneurs along the path to commercialization. This book pulls the curtain back with a style /5(5). The forum will focus on life sciences, including biotechnology, chemical, medical device, pharmaceutical, and agricultural-related inventions, and will deliver updates on current domestic and international patent law relevant to technology transfer through blog posts, webinars and podcasts. There are not a lot of great books that directly address technology transfer. Here are a few book I have found useful in my tech transfer work, though: 1. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. The lean startup philosophy has become so pervasive (for good. The book reveals that developing countries, according to the TRIPS Agreement, have the right to use domestic competition law to promote access to technology in order to protect national interests and consumer welfare. However, competition law is antitrust. It is neither anti-IPR nor : Tu Thanh Nguyen.
Domestic vs international controlled transactions. A domestic controlled transaction is a transaction between associated enterprises that are resident in the same tax jurisdiction. For example: Iris Technology sells IT equipment to associated enterprise Yuri Technology, and the tax jurisdiction of both enterprises is the United Kingdom. Technology transfer requires a proactive approach that combines engaging researchers, promoting the technology, and encouraging potential industrial partners to use the technology. The end goal of the commercialization strategy is to establish a commercial relationship with another party (e.g., employment, a sale or license), and negotiating a Author: Agnes Lenagh. or aspect of international technology transfer. The book is divided into three parts. Part One explains the reasons for the recent increase in technology transfer in international business. In particular, foreign competition, together with increasing trade restric-. The book presents 24 papers that cover concerns in technology transfer in the Arab world. The coverage of the book includes established patterns of technology acquisition in the Arab world; possible mechanisms for the transfer and development of technology; and the transfer of technology and investment policy design.
Such a transfer differs from the creation of new technology, even though it may enable further technological developments. The term technology transfer entered international law in the s (UNGA Res [XVI] ‘The Role of Patents in the Transfer of Technology to Under-developed Countries’ [19 December ]), though its precise. This chapter addresses the efforts of Kazakhstani science and technology (S&T) specialists to develop new and improved goods and services that are of interest to private businesses, government enterprises and service organizations, and consumers, primarily in . Synthesizing the literature from related fields, including macroeconomics, technology transfer, and innovation, and applying rigorous methodology, Wetter demonstrates that Total Factor Productivity is positively related to Gross Domestic Product and is mediated by Research & Development. Technology is also one of the main tools of competition and the quality of goods and services. On the other hand it necessitates quite a lot of cost for the company. The company has to use the latest technology for increasing their sales and product quality. Globalization has increased the speed of technology transfer and technological improvement.