Comparative Study of University – Industry Technology Transfer in EU, US, UK, India

  • Sushree Dash and Arindam Mahapatra
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  • Sushree Dash

    Student at KIIT School of Law, India

  • Arindam Mahapatra

    Student at KIIT School of Law, India

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The aim of this paper is to critically analyse the comparison amongst different countries in terms of Industry-University Technology transfer. While doing so, the paper seeks to first unfold the mechanism of such collaboration. It will further discuss in detail the current scenario of a mechanism in the IPR sector and its relevancy. The purpose of this research is to showcase in detail how such a concept of transfer of technology is being incorporated in different countries of India, EU, USA and UK. It will further have an empirical analysis of how different is its use and impact in one country from the other countries. With the progress of this paper it will delve into the background of technology transfer in these countries and how it was eventually adapted by IPR. This paper also targets to discuss in a nutshell the types of technology transfer and the commercialisation aspect of it. For this the paper shall also showcase the some aspects of knowledge transfer and the impact of the collaboration on the global economy. The current approach of the authors also aims to make a comparative analysis of the advantages and disadvantages that such technology transfer is leading to these countries and how such lacunas can be overcome by adapting innovation and implemented laws of the other countries.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 5767 - 5783


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