Technology Transfer and Self-Financing: the Case of CNR Institutes in Piedmont
The aim of this paper is an analysis of the technology transfers from Cnr Institutes of Turin Research Area to the subjects that could get benefits in the 1995-’97 period. Using the Cnr final budget, two statistical disaggregation levels were applied on the basis of data contained in internal documents of the Institutes to find out actions and subject’s typologies. From this analysis of this period a substantial growth in self-financing of the Institutes was found; this is mostly due to an increase in calibration and testing activities, homologation of farm machinery and research activity under contracts with European Community and public administration.
|Length:||62 pages Keywords :Technology Transfer, Self-Financing, Receptor Subjects|
|Date of creation:||Jun 1999|
|Contact details of provider:|| Postal: Via Real Collegio, 30 10024 - Moncalieri TO|
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