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New Perspectives in Technology Transfer

Theories, Concepts, and Practices in an Age of Complexity

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  • Examines new and original perspectives on technology transfer
  • Highlights innovative approaches to technology transfer policy
  • Shows new ways to conceptualize innovation systems inside and outside organizations

Part of the book series: FGF Studies in Small Business and Entrepreneurship (FGFS)

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This edited book presents research results that are relevant for scientists, practitioners and policymakers who engage in knowledge and technology transfer from different perspectives. Empirical and conceptual chapters present original approaches regarding the current practice and policies behind technology transfer. By providing analyses at the macro, meso and micro-level, the respective chapters demonstrate how technology is moving from various organizational contexts into new institutions and becoming a critical aspect for competitiveness.

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  1. Processes

Editors and Affiliations

  • Wildau, Germany

    Dana Mietzner

  • Berlin, Germany

    Christian Schultz

About the editors

Dana Mietzner is Professor for innovation management and regional development at the Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau, Germany. Her current research interests are on the collaborative development of innovations, new approaches in knowledge and technology transfer as well as method development and implementation for strategic foresight in SMEs.


Christian Schultz is Professor of business administration, at hwtk (University of Applied Sciences) in Berlin, Germany. His research interests are in different areas of entrepreneurship and innovation management such as the entrepreneurial team, entrepreneurial finance, and tools for knowledge and technology transfer. 

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