Harnessing Public Research for Innovation in the 21st Century

An International Assessment of Knowledge Transfer Policies

Anthony Arundel (Redaktør) ; Suma Athreye (Redaktør) ; Sacha Wunsch-Vincent (Redaktør)

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A guide to maximizing the impact of work done at public research institutions and universities to boost innovation and growth.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Part I. Setting the Context: 1. The evolving role of public R&D and public research institutions in innovation Suma Athreye, Sacha Wunsch-Vincent; 1.1. Comment Fabio Montobbio; 1.2. Comment Lien Verbauwhede Koglin; 2. Evaluating knowledge transfer policies and practices: conceptual framework and metrics Anthony Arundel and Sacha Wunsch-Vincent; 2.1. Comment Bhaven Sampat; 2.2. Comment Ragan Robertson; 2.3. Comment Rosemary Wolson; 3. Measuring global patenting of universities and public research organizations Juan Yang, Intan Hamdan-Livramento, Bruno Le Feuvre, Sacha Wunsch-Vincent and Hao Zhou; Part II. Selected Comparative Country Studies; 4. United Kingdom Federica Rossi, Suma Athreye; 5. Germany Dirk Czarnitzki, Georg Licht; 6. Republic of Korea Keun Lee, Hochul Shin; 7. Brazil Fernanda De Negri, Cristiane Vianna Rauen; 8. China Baoming Chen, Can Huang, Chunyan Peng, Minglei Ding, Ning Huang, Xia Liu and Juan Yang; 9. South Africa Michael Kahn; Part III. The Way Forward: 10. Policies and practices for supporting successful knowledge transfer from public research to firms Anthony Arundel; 10.1. Comment Henri J. M. Theunissen; 10.2. Comment Kerry Faul; 11. Policy recommendations: aiming for effective knowledge transfer policies in high- and middle-income countries Suma Athreye, Federica Rossi; 11.1. Comment Antenor Cesar Vanderlei Correa, Fernanda Magalhaes; 11.2. Comment Si Kyong Sung; 12. Toward a comprehensive set of metrics for knowledge transfer Anthony Arundel, Nordine Es-Sadki; 12.1. Comment Philippe Kuhutama Mawoko; 12.2. Comment Giancarlo Caratti; 12.3. Comment Amit Shovon Ray.

Om forfatteren

Anthony Arundel is a Professorial Fellow at United Nations University - Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology and concurrently an Adjunct Professor of Innovation at the University of Tasmania in Hobart, Australia. He is an expert in the design, implementation and analysis of innovation surveys. His research interests cover innovation measurement, innovation methods and strategies in both the public and private sectors, knowledge transfer and environmental innovation. Suma Athreye is Professor of Technology Strategy at Essex Business School, London. She has worked on several areas of technology management, including research on the technology-related activities of multinational enterprises, as well as the technology licensing behaviour of firms. Her recent work has been on the incentive effect of patents on firm profits and R&D, the role of technology leadership in encouraging patenting in open innovation contexts and more recently on the barriers to the use of formal protection methods among UK firms. Sacha Wunsch-Vincent is Head of Section in the Department for Economics and Data Analytics at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva and is co-editor of the Global Innovation Index. His previous roles include being an economist at the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology, and Industry, and Swiss National Science Fellow at the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, and the Peterson Institute for International Economics (Washington, DC).