Screening for start-up potential in universities and research institutions – or how to map invisible innovation potentials

Screening for start-up potential in universities and research institutions – or how to map invisible innovation potentials Fritjof Karnani; Reinhard Schulte International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, Vol. 12, No. 1/2/3 (2013) pp. 62 – 77 The discussion about spin-offs from the public research sector is generally limited to the case where findings of … Read more

Corporate culture and the adverse impact of cultural differences on technology transfer

Corporate culture and the adverse impact of cultural differences on technology transfer Thi Duc Nguyen Nguyen; Atsushi Aoyama International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, Vol. 12, No. 1/2/3 (2013) pp. 22 – 42 This study aims to determine the mechanism through which corporate culture produces potential advantages by efficiently minimising the impact of cultural … Read more

Technology transfer and innovation: exploring the multifaceted nature of this interaction

Technology transfer and innovation: exploring the multifaceted nature of this interaction Barbara Bigliardi; Francesco Galati; Giuliano Marolla; Chiara Verbano International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, Vol. 12, No. 1/2/3 (2013) pp. 1 – 7 A key component in the success of industrial firms is the extent of their innovativeness. In recent decades, as a … Read more

International technology transfer: innovative quantitative tools

International technology transfer: innovative quantitative tools Houssam Eddine Bessam; Rainer Gadow International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, Vol. 12, No. 1/2/3 (2013) pp. 78 – 101 International technology transfer (ITT) including transfer of knowledge and technology between companies in industrialised countries and their partners in developing countries is not necessary always successful. This work … Read more

How do Indonesian industries perceive university-industry collaboration? Motivations, benefits and problems

How do Indonesian industries perceive university-industry collaboration? Motivations, benefits and problems NuruI Indarti; Fathul Wahid International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, Vol. 12, No. 1/2/3 (2013) pp. 157 – 171 This study examines university-industry collaboration from the industry perspective. From a survey of 32 firms engaged in university-industry joint research funded by the Indonesian … Read more