Macro, meso and micro perspectives of technology transfer
James A. Cunningham () and
Paul O’Reilly ()
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James A. Cunningham: Northumbria University
Paul O’Reilly: Dublin Institute of Technology
The Journal of Technology Transfer, 2018, vol. 43, issue 3, 545-557
Abstract Over the last few decades research into the different aspects of technology transfer has grown significantly that has taken in the main a macro perspective. This research has created a body of knowledge and an evidence base that has contributed original insights in developing the field and also has shaped policymaking and practice. Within the field there is a growing focus on meso and micro aspects of technology transfer and a growing interest in for example role individual actors such as scientists, principal investigators policy makers, TTO actors, supporting institutions and functions such as universities, professional research organizations, technology and knowledge transfer offices. This research is unearthing fine-grained nuances and insights that provide further evidence of how technology transfer activities are shaped and evolve in different geographical and organizational contexts. The purpose of this special issue is to provide a further understanding of macro, meso and micro perspectives of technology transfer and to provide an agenda for further research that blends these multi-level perspectives of technology transfer.
Keywords: Technology transfer; Scientists; Technology transfer offices; Universities; R&D; Entrepreneurial ecosystems; Academic spin-off; Start-ups (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O25 O30 O32 O31 O38 M1 M00 L26 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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