David Barberá-Tomás, Joaquín M.Azagra-Caro, Pablo D'Este
Theoretical frameworks acknowledge the dynamic and evolving nature of technology transfer. However, there is a scarcity of empirical work in the field incorporating a dynamic and longitudinal perspective. Several literature reviews call for technology transfer research agendas to include longitudinal studies. In response to such calls, this special section comprises selected contributions to the 2018 Technology Transfer Society (T2S) Conference which address this gap from different angles. The three qualitative and three quantitative works chosen contain research questions and methodologies related to dynamic aspects of technology transfer. We argue that historical and processual studies offer additional new directions.
|Year of publication||2021|
|Journal||The Journal of Technology Transfer|
|Reference||David Barberá-Tomás, Joaquín M.Azagra-Caro, Pablo D'Este (), . The Journal of Technology Transfer, , p. 1|