Joint ESRI/RIA Public Lecture
Learning from one another? US and European policies toward university-industry technology transfer
David C. Mowery
Haas School of Business
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Learning from one another? US and European policies toward university-industry technology transfer.
On the 20 of September David C. Mowery delivered a public lecture jointly orgainised by the Royal Irish Academy and the ESRI entitled Learning from one another? US and European policies toward university-industry technology transfer.
Professor Mowery discussed institutional models for technology transfer and challenges for implementing these in small open economies. Efforts by European governments to emulate US policies in relation to technology transfer [such as the Bayh-Dole policy] are likely to have only modest success unless greater attention is given to the underlying structural differences among the higher education systems of these nations.
Speaker: Professor David C. Mowery, Chair of New Enterprise Development, Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley..