An assessment of Canadian university technology transfer offices
by Stuart J. Smyth; Alphanso Williams; Julian Vasilescu
International Journal of Intellectual Property Management (IJIPM), Vol. 9, No. 1, 2016

Abstract: Reports from the past decade have reported that Canada is a highly innovative country, but suffers from a bottleneck in technology transfer and commercialisation. In fact, many of the reports give Canada a failing grade when it comes to the commercialisation of innovation technologies. With substantial investments into public sector research, such a problem would reduce the public good from government funding of innovative research. The objective of this article is to assess a Canadian university's technology transfer activities from 1998 to 2008.

Online publication date: Fri, 30-Sep-2016

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