This collection of papers-by American and Russian specialists-addresses a variety of legal, regulatory, institutional, and financial issues that can promote or hinder technology commercialization. The book is the result of a series of workshops organized by the National Research Council with the Russian Academy of Sciences on commercialization of technologies, particularly those developed at research and educational institutions. Technology Commercialization concludes with a list of actions, programs, and policies which warrant further consideration as Russia tries to improve the success of technology commercialization. This book will be of interest to those concerned with small-business development in post-communist states, university technology management, and comparative technology commercialization.We could not just set up the company and pay our employees from the proceeds of the contracts. ... Our foreign company is paid under our contracts, and we pay our employees by having the foreign company deposit money in each employeea#39;s credit card account. ... to find foreign partners who will tolerate such solutions and for legislation to support research institutes and technology start-up companies.
|Author||:||Office of International Affairs, Committee on Utilization of Technologies Developed at Russian Research and Educational Institutions, National Research Council and Russian Academy of Sciences, Policy and Global Affairs|
|Publisher||:||National Academies Press - 1998-12-09|