Typology of companies and university researchers


This chapter presents the typology for companies and university researchers suited to provide custom-made recommendations for actions for the single classes. The first part describes the approach to identify a typology scheme. The second part presents the different classes resulting from the chosen approach.


Technology Transfer Small Company Additional Barrier Technology Transfer Office Additional Motive 
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