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Entrepreneurial science [electronic resource] : new links between corporations, universities, and government / Robert F. Johnston and Christopher G. Edwards.

By: Johnston, Robert F.
Contributor(s): Edwards, Christopher G.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Quorum Books, 1987Description: 1 online resource (157 p.).ISBN: 9780313388637 (electronic bk.); 0313388636 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): High technology industries -- United States | Research, Industrial -- United States | Business and education -- United States | Universities and colleges -- United States -- Graduate work | Research and development contracts, Government -- United States | Industrias de alta tecnolog�ia -- Estados Unidos | Industria -- Investigaciones -- Estados Unidos | Industria y educaci�on -- Estados Unidos | Universidades -- Estados Unidos -- Ense�nanza (Graduados) | Investigaci�on y contratos p�ublicos -- Estados Unidos | Industries de pointe -- �Etats-Unis | Recherche industrielle -- �Etats-Unis | Industrie et �education -- �Etats-Unis | Universit�es -- �Etats-Unis -- �Etudes des 2e et 3e cycles | Contrats de recherche et de d�eveloppement -- �Etats-Unis | Industries de pointe | Recherche industrielle | Industrie et �education | Universit�es | Contrats de recherche et de d�eveloppement | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Industrial Technology | Industries de pointe -- Etats-Unis | Recherche industrielle -- Etats-Unis | Contrats de recherche et de d�eveloppement -- Etats-Unis | Spitzentechnologie | Industrie | Industrieforschung | Hochschulforschung | Forschung und Entwicklung | Hochschule | Wirtschaft | Technologietransfer | Unternehmensgr�undung | Technischer Fortschritt | Staat | USA | United States Technological development Economic aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Entrepreneurial science.DDC classification: 338/.06 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
1. Technology 2000: An Overview; 2. The Biotechnology Company: An Entrepreneurial Pattern; 3. Large Companies Look to the University; 4. The Universities: Allies with Industry; 5. Federal and State Assistance for High Technology; 6. Pro-competitive Research: A New Way to Do Business; 7. The Technology Transfer Specialists; 8. The Financing of New Ventures; 9. The Research and Development Limited Partnership: Potentials and Problems; 10. Government Strategies in R&D: A Comparison; 11. Some Implications; 12. A View of the Future; Notes; Bibliography; Index;
Summary: Johnston and Edwards propose that high technology will be at the heart of the United States economy as it enters the 21st century. They also state that small business will be the key to the expansion of the United States economy in the year 2000. In this volume, the authors analyze some significant trends that tend to support their proposals. Drawing upon case studies from the bio-technology and microelectronics industries, they discuss how changing the relationship between industry, universities, and the government is encouraging an entrepreneurial way of thinking. Business Library Newsletter.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [141]-146) and index.

Johnston and Edwards propose that high technology will be at the heart of the United States economy as it enters the 21st century. They also state that small business will be the key to the expansion of the United States economy in the year 2000. In this volume, the authors analyze some significant trends that tend to support their proposals. Drawing upon case studies from the bio-technology and microelectronics industries, they discuss how changing the relationship between industry, universities, and the government is encouraging an entrepreneurial way of thinking. Business Library Newsletter.

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1. Technology 2000: An Overview; 2. The Biotechnology Company: An Entrepreneurial Pattern; 3. Large Companies Look to the University; 4. The Universities: Allies with Industry; 5. Federal and State Assistance for High Technology; 6. Pro-competitive Research: A New Way to Do Business; 7. The Technology Transfer Specialists; 8. The Financing of New Ventures; 9. The Research and Development Limited Partnership: Potentials and Problems; 10. Government Strategies in R&D: A Comparison; 11. Some Implications; 12. A View of the Future; Notes; Bibliography; Index;

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