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Technology transfer and intellectual property management in German HEI"s

Adrian R. Gourlay

Technology transfer and intellectual property management in German HEI"s

current themes and perspectives

by Adrian R. Gourlay

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Published by Loughborough University, Department of Economics in Loughborough .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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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Open LibraryOL17345558M

Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.   National security specialists insist that such a stealth transfer of technology through China’s investment practices in the United States is a far more serious problem than the tariff dispute.

image/svg+xml. Innovation and Relations Management. Home; Legals; Data Protection; Sitemap. Involved in commercializing intellectual property, Oxfirst has assisted clients with valuing, selling and licensing their technology and its underlying legal rights. The work of Oxfirst also helped high tech start-ups get access to finance and supported public policy making in the area of technology transfer, IP and the digital economy.

Arve Føyen is a partner in Føyen Advokatfirma DA in Oslo (Norway). He heads the firm’s Intellectual Property, Media and Technology Practice Group. Mr. Føyen has considerable experience with information technology and intellectual property matters, including issues related to digital-TV distribution, telecoms, advice and negotiation on IT-procurement and outsourcing arrangements, as . The Paul Scherrer Institute uses the tools of Intellectual Property Protection in order to make the results of its research interesting for commercial exploitation by its industrial partners. Herein priority is given to patents, which protect the inventions of the scientists, and hence safeguard the investments of PSI, but also of the industrial partner in terms of subsequent commercialisation.


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Technology transfer and intellectual property management in German HEI"s by Adrian R. Gourlay Download PDF EPUB FB2

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.

• TTO performance is typically evaluated by simple measures such as number of patents, licenses, and/or spin-offs. •Cited by: 1. The findings indicate that, in relatively high-technology industries like chemicals, pharmaceuticals, machinery, and electrical equipment, a country's system of intellectual property protection often has a significant effect on the amount and kinds of technology transfer and direct investment to that country by Japanese and German, as well as U.

The project has three objectives: (1) to develop a conceptual framework for evaluating knowledge transfer activities and outcomes, drawing on the World Intellectual Property Report ; (2) to identify suitable survey methods and metrics for assessing knowledge transfer activities and outcomes; and (3) to assess the relationship between.

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND EFFECTIVE UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS The Experience of China, India, Japan, Philippines, the Republic of Korea, Singapore and Thailand For more information contact the World Intellectual Property Organization Address: 34, chemin des Colombettes P.O.

Box 18 CH Geneva 20 Switzerland Telephone. 4) Intellectual Property for Protection of Local Innovation. The equation between intellectual property, transfer of technology and development has several unknown factors that the Development Agenda should try harder to resolve. Technology transfer as defined under this agenda favours foreign technologies.

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Within the European IPR Helpdesk, Mr. Dubbini organises and carries out trainings in. Our HEIs have policies in place for Intellectual Property management, and have technology transfer staff and other dedicated professionals to carry out these day-to-day activities.

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This book provides a much needed step by step guide to the commercialisation of research. The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has been adjudged the Top Innovative Educational Institute in India for the second consecutive year by the Government of India. The Institute has been ranked No.1 in the Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements (ARIIA) launched last year by the Innovation Cell of Ministry of Education (formerly Ministry of Human Resource.

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This committee deliberated on various facets for nurturing the innovation and Startup culture in HEIs, which covered Intellectual Property ownership, revenue sharing mechanisms, norms for technology transfer and commercialization, equity sharing, etc.

Section 1 Intellectual Property Introduction What is IP. IP is a term used to describe the rights which protect your ideas and other forms of intellectual creation. It is made up of a bundle of different rights. Some rights have to be registered to be effective, others arise automatically.

IP can be split into 6 main categories as illustrated. Fully revised new edition that completely covers intellectual property lawand many related issuesfor engineers, scientists, and entrepreneurs This book informs engineering and science students, technology professionals, and entrepreneurs about the intellectual property laws that are important in their careers.

It covers all of the major areas of intellectual property development and protection. Ignorance of that reality and the law that is its outcome is no excuse, and the contributors of these eight chapters ensure readers have a solid background in intellectual property (IP) technology transfer, covering government regulations of rights to IP such as the Bayh-Dole Act, IP infringement and its relationship to sovereign immunity and.

Article 7 (“Objectives”) of the TRIPS Agreement states that the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights should contribute to the promotion of technological innovation and to the transfer and dissemination of technology, to the mutual advantage of producers and users of technological knowledge and in a manner conducive to social and economic welfare, and to a balance of.

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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. Also copyright and trademark law. Technology-based and IP litigation, corporate transactions, and issue management. International law. Intellectual property (IP) issues often are among the most important considerations that a technology startup will encounter.

We present 10 important steps all tech startups should take.Notice that a sentence like “harm to the intellectual property on essential technology”-or wording to this effect – is not this bears the question whether a foreign investment is likely to affect security or public order 22 the only time “intellectual property and public order – or “ordre public” – were mentioned in one breath was in the Case C/98, Renault v.