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Title Industrializing knowledge : university-industry linkages in Japan and the United States / edited by Lewis M. Branscomb, Fumio Kodama, and Richard Florida.
Imprint Cambridge, Ma. : MIT Press, 1999.

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Subject Research -- United States.
Research -- Japan.
Research, Industrial -- United States.
Research, Industrial -- Japan.
Universities and colleges -- Research.
Alt Name Branscomb, Lewis M., 1926-
Kodama, Fumio.
Florida, Richard L.
Description 1 online resource (xx, 630 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents University research as an engine for growth: how realistic is the vision? / Fumio Kodama and Lewis M. Branscomb -- Comparing university-industry linkages in the United States and Japan / Gerald Hane -- The American University System as a performer of basic and applied research / Irwin Feller -- Coauthorship linkages between university research and Japanese industry / Kenneth Pechter and Sumio Kakinuma -- An inter-industrial comparative study of R & D outsourcing / Fujio Niwa -- Public financing of university research in Japan / Yoshiyuki Ohtawa -- Trends in scientific publications in Japan and the United States / Masamitsu Negishi and Yuan Sun.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585165165 (electronic bk.)
9780585165165 (electronic bk.)
0262024659 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 44957519
Additional Format Print version: Industrializing knowledge. Cambridge, Ma. : MIT Press, 1999 0262024659 (DLC) 99015447 (OCoLC)41278347
Table of Contents
 About the Authors 
1University Research as an Engine for Growth: How Realistic Is the Vision? / Fumio Kodama, Lewis M. Branscomb 
2Comparing University-Industry Linkages in the United States and Japan / Gerald Hane 
3The American University System as a Performer of Basic and Applied Research / Irwin Feller 
4Coauthorship Linkages between University Research and Japanese Industry / Kenneth Pechter, Sumio Kakinuma 
5An Inter-industrial Comparative Study of R&D Outsourcing / Fujio Niwa 
6Public Financing of University Research in Japan / Yoshiyuki Ohtawa 
7Trends in Scientific Publications in Japan and the United States / Masamitsu Negishi, Yuan Sun 
8Bridging the Gap: The Evolution of Industry-University Links in the United States / Henry Etzkowitz 
9The Hesitant Relationship Reconsidered: University-Industry Cooperation in Postwar Japan / Takehiko Hashimoto 
10University-Industry Collaboration in Japan: Facts and Interpretations / Hiroyuki Odagiri 
11The Effects of the Bayh-Dole Act on U.S. University Research and Technology Transfer [et al.] / David G. Mowery, Richard R. Nelson, Bhaven N. Sampat 
12Intellectual Property Rights and University-Industry Technology Transfer in Japan / Robert Kneller 
13Lack of Incentive and Persisting Constraints: Factors Hindering Technology Transfer at Japanese Universities / Mariko Yoshihara, Katsuya Tamai 
14The Innovation Agent and Its Role in University-Industry Relations / Shingo Kano 
15Venture Capital and the Commercialization of Academic Technology: Symbiosis and Paradox / Josh Lerner 
16University-Industry Cooperation in Biomedical R&D in Japan and the United States: Implications for Biomedical Industries / Robert Kneller410
17The Impact of the Internet on University-Based Research and Innovation in the United States and Japan / Y. T. Chien 
18Why Older Regions Can't Generalize from Route 128 and Silicon Valley: University-Industry Relationships and Regional Innovation Systems / Michael S. Fogarty, Amit K. Sinha 
19The Regional Economic Impact of Public Research Funding: A Case Study of Massachusetts / Amy B. Candell, Adam B. Jaffe 
20The Growing Sophistication of Research at a Time of Broadened Participation in Higher Education / Shinichi Yamamoto 
21Public Policies for Japanese Universities and the Job Market for Engineers / Seiritsu Ogura, Hiroto Kotake 
22The Industrial Perspective on University-Industry Relationships in Japan and the United States / Sheryl Winston Smith 
23Engine or Infrastructure? The University Role in Economic Development / Richard Florida, Wesley M. Cohen 

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