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Innovation and Technology Transfer in Japan and Europe: Industry-academic Interactions epub

by G. O. Phillips


Innovation and Technology Transfer in Japan and Europe: Industry-academic Interactions epub

ISBN: 0415032164

ISBN13: 978-0415032162

Author: G. O. Phillips

Category: Business books

Subcategory: Economics

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge (September 1, 1989)

Pages: 288 pages

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This book, first published in 1989, compares, contrasts and evaluates the nature, scale and direction of industry-academic interactions in Britain and Japan: the conversion of academic discoveries into practical products.

This book, first published in 1989, compares, contrasts and evaluates the nature, scale and direction of industry-academic interactions in Britain and Japan: the conversion of academic discoveries into practical products. Japan shows its outstanding ability to translate scientific ideas into high technology products. Within this wider investigation, detailed consideration is given to the manner in which these interactions promote innovation and technology transfer.

Innovation and Technol. Compares, contrasts and evaluates the nature, scale and direction of industry-academic interactions in Japan and Europe, with particular reference to the UK. Get A Copy.

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Industry-Academic Interactions. ByGlyn O. Phillips, Michael Hughes. chapter Chapter one24 pages.

Phillips, G. O. (1989) Innovation and Technology Transfer in Japan and Europe: Industry-Academic Interactions. Wilks, S. and Wright, M. (eds) (1987) Comparative Government-Industry Relations: Western Europe, The United States and Japan. Clarendon Press, Oxford. Journal of Japanese Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2Google Scholar. Shibauchi, Tetsuo (1988) Impact of Asia NICs on Japan’s Petrochemical Industry. Wolferen, K. van (1989) The Enigma of Japanese Power.

transfer in Japan and Europe: industry-academic. interactions’ (Routledge, London and New. York, 1989, pp. 57-IZO), and National Economic. Development Council (NEDC): ‘Technology

transfer in Japan and Europe: industry-academic. Development Council (NEDC): ‘Technology. transfer mechanisms in the UK and leading. This study highlights the importance of knowledge structures and work systems in influencing the success of collaborative ventures.

Japan shows its outstanding ability to translate scientific ideas into high . This book, first published in 1989, compares, contrasts and evaluates the nature, scale and direction of industry-academic interactions in Britain and Japan: the conversion of academic discoveries into practical products.

Japan shows its outstanding ability to translate scientific ideas into high technology products.

SI examples in innovation include foresight, forecasting, Delphi studies, technology assessment .

SI examples in innovation include foresight, forecasting, Delphi studies, technology assessment, benchmarking, R&D evaluation and technology roadmapping. Use (actual/potential) of the various types/methods of SI (creation/diffusion) in the policy-making process is highlighted.

Centric Academic-Industry Interaction Leading to Technology Transfer .

Post TRIPS ii) DAE Guidelines on ownership of IPR for DAE-funded Projects iii) Indian Academic Institution. atenting Status iv) Patenting Profile of CSIR v) Recent UGC Initiatives 7. Case Studies of Industry-Academia Interactions 44 . A Typical Example of Innovator Centric Academic-Industry Interaction Leading to Technology Transfer .

Compares, contrasts and evaluates the nature, scale and direction of industry-academic interactions in Japan and Europe, with particular reference to the UK. This book should be of interest to lecturers and students of economics, Japanese and industrial studies, industrialists, central and local government agencies.