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Technology transfer is an increasingly important activity in Europe. Governments are trying to maximize commercial returns from their investment in science and technology and firms need to build up their research and development through links with universities and research laboratories. This book explores the way that systems and policies for technology transfer have developed in Europe. Using detailed case studies from Britain, Germany and Spain, as well as extensive comparative material, it looks at issues involving small firms, regional aspects, collaborative R&D, and technology transfer organizations. It argues that systems that have the greatest strength are those that take a holistic view of innovation: supporting R&D, manufacturing functions and business and management development altogether; integrated networks of support mechanisms at all levels; and finally, continuity.
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