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A study on the technology transfer performance according to the patent management expert utilization of the university
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A study on the technology transfer performance according to the patent management expert utilization of the university
Kim, Kyu-Tae; Lee, Jungsoo; Jeong, Myoung-Sun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to present the future directions for strengthening the TLO(Technology licensing office)s` expertise of universities by examining the impact on utilizing the university management experts for patents and technology transfer. To identify the specific effects of dispatching patent management experts, this study was conducted under various conditions, such as the dispatch status, the dispatching duration of patent management experts and the starting year of dispatching them. The data were analyzed by utilizing the data of the KIPSI`s supporting program of dispatching the patent management expert to universities and the data of University Information Disclosure site. The data from a total of 110 four-year universities from 2008 to 2013 were used. According to the analysis result, the technology transfer`s performance and technology transfer`s income of universities of utilizing the patent management experts compared to universities not utilizing them appeared to be high. Technology transfer and technology transfer income appeared to be higher with a longer period of utilizing the patent management expert at university. This suggests that the direction is required to provide the plan for a longer period to maximize the effect of the program "The dispatching a patent management expert". The technology transfer`s performance and technology transfer`s income did not increase according to the year of dispatched the patent management expert at the university. A comparison of before and after dispatching, the technology transfer performance appeared to be high after dispatch. This suggests that the effects of dispatching the patent management experts at a university can be interpreted as a subsequent effect, rather than an immediate effect. Therefore, it does not simply limit the effectiveness of the dispatch business in the short term, but it needs to activate the technology transfer organization, such as a patent management expert in the long term.
 Keywords
Technology licensing office;Patent management;Technology transfer performances;
 Language
Korean
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