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Student Centrality in University-Industry Interactions
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-07-14)
This thesis proposes and estimates a model of university scientists interactions with the private sector; in this model students are conceptualized as an important enabler of such interactions. The results of the study ...
The Economic Role of Universities in Medium-Sized Cities: A Case Study of the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-07-18)
The literature on knowledge economies does not offer analysis specific to medium-sized cities despite their distinct economic characteristics. More specifically, the role of universities in medium-sized cities is not ...
Uses and nonuses of patented inventions
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-18)
Innovation comprises the processes of invention and commercialization. While the importance of innovation, especially commercialization, has been widely recognized, existing studies have largely overlooked the commercialization ...
The influence of entrepreneurial activities on teaching at Universities in the United States
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-07-09)
This study is to investigate the influence of entrepreneurial activities on teaching at universities. Specifically, the study focuses on entrepreneurial activities' effect on professors' time allocation. The dataset analyzed ...
Advanced manufacturing technology transfer
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1989-08)
One size does not fit all: regional ecology, firm size, and innovation performance
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-11-14)
This dissertation aims to answer the main question of "How does regional ecology (few or many small innovative firms in a region) enhance or limit innovation?" Put differently, how vital is the mix of small and large firms ...
Factors influencing the effectiveness of licensing as a technology transfer mechanism between the US and the PRC
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1987-08)
The Toshiba-Kongsberg diversion : a case study in controlling west-to-east commerce and technology transfer
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1988-12)
Valuing additive involvement in university-industry partnerships: do government collaborators engage at scales that optimize their value-added?
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-08-26)
Collaboration between academic and corporate entities has increased in recent years. On many occasions Government actors (e.g. federal laboratories) will participate in these collaborations, especially when advanced ...