Serial Publication ID: CBA000122058

Comparative Technology Transfer and Society

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Birth and Death Dates 2003-2009

Journal Abbreviation Comp. Tech. Transf. Soc.


Description Comparative Technology Transfer and Society is an interdisciplinary, international journal that links researchers and scholars who share an interest … More Comparative Technology Transfer and Society is an interdisciplinary, international journal that links researchers and scholars who share an interest in the process, nature, significance, and implications of technology transfer. The journal is a forum for analytical and comparative articles, essays, case-studies, and book reviews on such topics as innovation and research, intellectual property, entrepreneurship, and products. Responsibility: Colorado Institute for Technology Transfer and Implementation. Frequency: Three times a year Other Titles: Comp. technol. transf. soc.; Comparative technology transfer and society Language: English

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