Edited by Jacob H. Rooksby
Written by leading experts from across the world, this Handbook expertly places intellectual property issues in technology transfer into their historical and political context whilst also exploring and framing the development of these intersecting domains for innovative universities in the present and the future.
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- Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer
- Chapter 1: Introduction to the Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer
- Chapter 2: University technology transfer structure and intellectual property policies
- Chapter 3: The politics of university technology transfer
- Chapter 4: Bayh-Dole beyond patents
- Chapter 5: University as knowledge-based enterprise: organizational design and technology transfer
- Chapter 6: Policy advocacy and organizational change at the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM)
- Chapter 7: Conflicts of interest and academic research
- Chapter 8: Modern intellectual property valuation in the academic technology transfer setting
- Chapter 9: The innovation arms race on academic campuses
- Chapter 10: Tacit knowledge and university-industry technology transfer
- Chapter 11: Technology transfer and the public good
- Chapter 12: US patent sales by universities and research institutes
- Chapter 13: Intellectual property exchanges and auctions: non-traditional mechanisms for technology transfer
- Chapter 14: Currents and crosscurrents in litigation of university and nonprofit related patents: is there a coming wave of patent litigation involving those patents?
- Chapter 15: Is patent enforcement efficient?
- Chapter 16: Reviewing inter partes review five years in: the view from university technology transfer offices
- Chapter 17: Data governance and the emerging university
- Chapter 18: Free data?: open science in the age of personal data protection
- Chapter 19: A European perspective on intellectual property and technology transfer
- Chapter 20: The current state of university technology transfer in China
- Chapter 21: Make and share: intellectual property, higher education, technology transfer, and 3D printing in a global context
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