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Strategic factors in the development of the National Technology Transfer Network

Strategic factors in the development of the National Technology Transfer Network

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Washington, DC, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Technology transfer.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJonathan F. Root and Barbara A. Stone.
    SeriesNASA TM -- 108594., NASA technical memorandum -- 108594.
    ContributionsStone, Barbara A., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14694563M

    Mountain Plains ATTC recently worked with Dr. Scott Walters, a noted professor, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) researcher, and psychologist to develop a series of products and training/technical assistance activities. If we integrate previous entries we can underline five main hampering-factors for technology transfer in developing countries: Import of technology and development of new technology locally.

    1 Specifics of Technology Transfer and the Innovation Process Technology transfer is a key factor strongly impacting on economic growth both in the short and long term. The access to technology and its usage in economic processes to large extent decides as . Technology strategy (information technology strategy or IT strategy) is the overall plan which consists of objectives, principles and tactics relating to use of technologies within a particular organization. Such strategies primarily focus on the technologies themselves and in some cases the people who directly manage those technologies.

    The risk factor due to uncertainty of new technology’s results and heavy investment thwarts the developing countries from introducing any new technology from scratch. The argument in support of MNEs is that technology is the quintessential component of economic development and demands a lot of investment in research and development (R&D). Technology can be developed internally or isolated through technology scouting and then implemented through technology transfer. In deciding which approach is optimal for them, organizations must consider such factors as the advantage of being first to market, research and developments costs and capabilities, and market research and data.


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STRATEGIC FACTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER NETWORK Jonathan F. Root and Barbara A.

Stone, Ph.D. Office of Advanced Concepts and Technology National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, DC USA Telephone: () Fax: () Leadership in technology is closely linked to leadership in. Get this from a library. Strategic factors in the development of the National Technology Transfer Network.

[Jonathan F Root; Barbara A Stone; United States. National. Strategic factors in the development of the National Technology Transfer Network. Washington, DC: [Springfield, Va: National Aeronautics and Space Administration ; National Technical Information Service, distributor.

MLA Citation. Root, Jonathan F. and Stone, Barbara A. and United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Strategic Factors in the Development of the National Technology Transfer Network Jonathan F.

Root and Barbara A. Ph.D. Office of Advanced Concepts and Technology National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, DC, USA THIRTIETH SPACE CONGRESS COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA APRIL 27 - 3O, Strategic factors in the development of the National Technology Transfer Network.

By Barbara A. Stone and Jonathan F. Root. Abstract. Broad consensus among industry and government leaders has developed over the last decade on the importance of applying the U.S. leadership in research and development (R&D) to strengthen competitiveness in the Author: Barbara A.

Stone and Jonathan F. Root. 1. Introduction. Through foreign direct investment (FDI), foreign firms can transfer technology and knowledge (T&K) to host country firms in developing countries, such as those in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) (Lim,Osabutey et al., ).A developing country needs considerable effort to fully absorb and implement new T&K, because such inflows and domestic abilities to use them.

natal_mis - Successful technology transfer is essential to enable biopharmaceutical clients to safeguard supply, improve distribution, and reduce program costs and risks. When a customer approaches a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) to gain technology transfer support, it is important to confirm that the CDMO has a proven history and a.

In this paper, the factor of technology transfer in the development of Iran's oil fields and these are described below. Transfer agent The organization has a structure that enables fast action. This structure will facilitate decision-making technology expressly provided the technology.

There is evidence that the. Strategic Management of Information and Communication Technology: The United States Air Force Experience with Y2K. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

doi: / Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / to technology transfer process. Technology transfer and development process requires huge investment and adequate infrastructure (Nepal, Kirki & Niraki, ).

The Sessional Paper 2 of defines MSEs as businesses in both formal and informal sectors, classified into farm and non-farm categories employing between one and fifty workers. technology transfer in development.

These countries have into exploring the factors that hightailed the economy to the Aside the brevity of development turned ‘miracle’, the nation’s strategic disposition to technology transfer and human development has. As part of the Development Account project “Establishing National Technology Development and Transfer Systems in Selected Arab Countries”, ESCWA Technology Center (ETC) conducted the second workshop on “Effective National Technology Transfer System in Morocco” in cooperation with its national partner organization in Morocco; National Centre for Scientific Research and Technology.

The technology sector is looking for an overarching U.S. technology strategy with specific categories for investment and development.

The most important characteristics for emerging technology development small, are focused teams dedicated to solving specific critical issues. Common innovation themes identified are.

The Centre facilitates a network of national, regional, sectoral and international technology centres, networks, organizations and private sector entities. More than Parties have submitted their national designated entities (NDEs) for climate technology and transfer, which are also part of the network.

This review covers various definitions and dimensions of both technology and technology transfer from the early technology concept i.e. from the development of. The Technology Network - TechNet - consists of a series of World Bank Group initiatives in the area of science and technology (S&T) for development.

These initiatives attempt to: (i) improve our understanding of the impact of new technologies on developing countries and the factors that enhance or restrict their ability to take advantage of. technology transfer should be such that lead to the creation of new technology, in addition to imported technology.

Technology transfer success factors can be divided into two groups: internal and external factors. National commitment to the technology development and the creation of infrastructures are.

The literatures on technology transfer and international technology transfer are extensive and varied in perspective from various disciplines which include political science, economics, sociology, public policy, marketing and management of technology (Kumar et al., ).

The issues that have been investigated, among other, are technology. Introduction Transfer of innovations is affected by numerous barriers understood as “any kind of limitations and features that hamper the effective functioning of a technology transfer and research commercialisation system, and, as a result, block interactions between the R&D sector and enterprises, therefore impeding the development of.

The primary reason for understanding factors which affect technology transfer is to use the knowledge to improve transfer activities. How-ever, understanding these factors and their inter-relationships heIps to explain why the best ef-forts by public and private organizations to af-fect technology transfer.

In view of these changes, some key strategic objectives have emerged to guide future development directions in research and technology transfer: • To create an enabling, harmonious, transparent and efficient environment for the development of competitive research projects, execution of research and transfer of innovations and technologies.

National security specialists insist that such a stealth transfer of technology through China’s investment practices in the United States is a far more serious problem than the tariff dispute.They result from transfer of wrong or inappropriate technology, or from inadequate or delayed transfer, or from the “non-transfer” of technology, or the long-term influence of imported technology on deflecting national policy away from a sound development of national technical capabilities.

3. Third UNCTAD and Transfer of Technology.