Tacit Transfer of Knowledge:Cnr Institutes of Turin Research Area
Aim of this paper is to analyse tacit transfers of knowledge from Cnr Institutes of Turin Research Area to the subjects that could get benefits in the 1995-’97 period. This work uses the data from Cnr final balance-sheets, integrated with internal administrative documents of the Institutes. The graphic representation of special index (value of technology transfer activity / Researches of Cnr Institutes) shows that the best Institutes in the tacit transfer of knowledge do not belong to the technological area but to the economics, phytovirology, phisics, geology and hydrobiology areas. The spatial distribution of this activity follows the "Hagerstrand adjacency-effect", as 78.5% is located in the regions of North Italy, near Cnr Institutes of Piedmont.
|Length:||41 pages Keywords : Adopter, Cnr Institutes, Knowledge, Knowledge Transfer, Public Research, Tacit Knowledge|
|Date of creation:||Jun 1999|
|Contact details of provider:|| Postal: Via Real Collegio, 30 10024 - Moncalieri TO|
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