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Technology transfer models: typology and a generic model

Technology transfer models: typology and a generic model

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  Biowebspin, November 7th, 2016

Technology transfer models: typology and a generic model

by Regina Negri Pagani, Gilberto Zammar, João Luiz Kovaleski, Luis Mauricio Resende, in International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, 2016

The technology transfer (TT) process has been adopted by companies throughout the world. For many companies and countries, the implementation of TT process is determinant to the economic growth and a way to keep updated with technology development and innovation. Ever since TT started to be discussed in the literature, several different models of TT have been proposed with the purpose of making the TT process easier and more successful. The purpose of this paper is to propose a generic model that can be adapted to any organisation and institution interested in transferring knowledge and technology. To reach this purpose, a systematic review on technology transfer models was done using the methodology for systematic review, Methodi Ordinatio, using data from 1990 to 2015. Due to the great variety of models identified in the systematic review, and for better understanding those models and their purposes, a typology is also presented.

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