Gli uffici di trasferimento tecnologico delle università italiane: numeri ma non solo numeri
The paper provides detailed evidence on technology transfer offices (TTOs) in Italian universities by analyzing a large and original university-level database built by Netval for the 2002-2010 period and providing updated empirical results on the three main channels of research valorization: (i) patenting; (ii) licensing; and (iii) spin-off creation. The evidence highlights the progress achieved in Italy’s technology transfer dynamics over recent years and the possible future developments.
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Volume (Year): 2012/4 (2012)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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