Part two explores the governance of the generation, dissemination, use and exploitation of localized technological knowledge. This book explores the characteristics of the path dependent dynamics of localized technological change, demonstrating how the economics of complexity can inform our understanding of the economics of innovation and vice versa. This volume presents a multidisciplinary view of issues in technology commercialization and entrepreneurship. Examining the interplay of firm resources, capabilities, and competencies, the chapter emphasizes that both must be present to possess core competencies essential to gaining and sustaining competitive advantage through strategy. The ineffectiveness of university blocking patents in certain areas of the biosciences is discussed, along with broader questions of licensing and ownership.
If the teams need prototyping support, Webster will pair them with senior undergraduate students working on capstone projects, how will do the prototyping for the teams. The students loved working together, and Thursby began building the idea of interdisciplinary graduate student teams into a full academic course. Chapter 3 Intellectual property protection in the global economy. The authors detail the approaches taken at four universities to link entrepreneurship programs to technology transfer and technology transfer offices. Intellectual property issues and questions of the relationship between traditional basic university research and applied, potentially commercial research are described in papers by Katherine Strandburg, David Adelman, and Brett Frischmann.
The chapter then describes the strategic group model and illustrates that model by reference to the pharmaceutical industry. The author demonstrates how a firm creates its competitive advantage by creating more economic value than its rivals, and explains that profitability depends upon value, price, and costs. Ranked as a top business school by U. The Bayh-Dole Act and High-Technology Entrepreneurship in U. Abgerundet wird die Untersuchung mit einer Akzeptanzanalyse der User, die die Befürwortung der Nutzung internetbasierter Kreativitätstechniken prüfen soll.
The problem is the legs are very different. Chapter 5 Beyond patents: The role of copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets in technology commercialization. Vanderbilt University is committed to principles of equal opportunity and affirmative action. Her research has been funded by the Alfred P. Interdisciplinary university entrepreneurship programs are outlined in papers by Jerry Thursby, Marie Thursby, Thomas Byers and Andrew Nelson, and Arthur Boni and S.
Curiosity-Driven Research and University Technology Transfer. The final chapter by Morton Kamien is an essay on the characteristics and importance of entrepreneurs in the growth of a society. Chapter 6 Marketing strategy considerations in the commercialization of new technologies: An overview and framework for strategy development. Student present on their Innovation Realization projects Dec. Patterns of technology transfer are outlined in papers by Donald Siegel, Phillip Phan, David Mowery, and David Audretsch, Max Keilbach, and Erik Lehmann. The Irrationality of Speculative Gene Patents. She has been an Associate Editor in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Area of Management Science 2003.
Showing: 1 - 40 of 40 Libecap, G. The history of university licensing activity is provided. The author notes that opportunities and threats to a company differ based upon the strategic group to which that firm belongs within an industry. New results are presented on career goals of PhD scientists and engineers highlighting their desire for education providing skills from these other domains. Some full text articles may not yet be available without a charge during the embargo administrative interval.
Profiting from technological innovation is a key strategic challenge in technology-intensive industries because it requires not only scientific and engineering expertise but also an understanding of how business and legal factors facilitate commercialization. Chapter 1 Appropriating the returns from innovation. This book presents a multidisciplinary view of issues in technology commercialization and entrepreneurship. The authors detail the approaches taken at four universities to link entrepreneurship programs to technology transfer and technology transfer offices. The chapters on intellectual property include a basic guide to patents, designs, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets and marks, as well as an analysis of how these mechanisms can be viewed as complements in commercialization.
Intellectual property issues and questions of the relationship between traditional basic university research and applied, potentially commercial research are described in papers by Katherine Strandburg, David Adelman, and Brett Frischmann. Separate books on each agency will also be issued. Prior to joining Georgia Tech, she held the Burton D. Dafür ist ein gewisses Maß an unternehmerischer Kreativität und Generierung neuer innovativer Ideen notwendig, welches heutzutage durch klassische Kreativitätstechniken wie z. Pros and Cons of Faculty Participation in Licensing.
The program is intended to catalyze a cultural change in graduate education by establishing innovative new models for graduate education and training in a fertile environment for collaborative research that transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries. Organizational Modularity and Intra-University Relationships between Entrepreneurship Education and Technology Transfer. Commercializing University Research Systems in Economic Perspective: A View from the Demand Side. . The final perspectives articulate the relations between the economics of localized technological change, the economics of path dependence and the challenge of the emerging economics of complexity.
Eleven of the papers are from the Colloquium on Entrepreneurship Education and Technology Transfer held at the White Stallion Ranch, Tucson, Arizona, January 21-23, 2005, organized by the Karl Eller Center, University of Arizona, and funded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation of Kansas City. Kreativitätstechniken sind dann geeignet, wenn diese sich positiv hinsichtlich ihrer Qualität bei dem Einsatz im Internet ändern. Melinda Allen from the helps the students hone their leadership and teamwork skills throughout the year. Chapter 11 The anatomy of contracts in licensing: The context of Bayh-Dole. The final chapters cover financial issues in commercialization, with a guide to different techniques used in valuing early stage technologies, steps in obtaining venture capital funding, and an analysis of the role of contracts and nondisclosure agreements in licensing of early stage inventions. The sixteen articles reprinted here are organized around the critical dimensions of managing technology: staffing, structure, and strategy. Allerdings sind diese Techniken bezüglich ihrer Wirksamkeit umstritten.