Paper examines the ways in which the results of research are transformed in innovation and in its economic effects. This is also in correlation to the verdict of the European Council (Lisbon 2000) to invest 3.5 of GDP in research. With particular reference to Italy and Romania and in the absence of an automatic transfer of the results of public research in innovation (European paradox), authors analyse the ways deemed most appropriate and effective for enterprises and for public administration so that they can readily get profit from the results of public research and become increasingly competitive in the global market

Knowledge management and technology transfer. How to promote the innovations (the case of Italy and Romania)

SANTOPRETE, GIANCARLO;BERNI, PAOLO
2010

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Paper examines the ways in which the results of research are transformed in innovation and in its economic effects. This is also in correlation to the verdict of the European Council (Lisbon 2000) to invest 3.5 of GDP in research. With particular reference to Italy and Romania and in the absence of an automatic transfer of the results of public research in innovation (European paradox), authors analyse the ways deemed most appropriate and effective for enterprises and for public administration so that they can readily get profit from the results of public research and become increasingly competitive in the global market
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