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|Title:||A Review and Analysis of a Selection of India’s Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Knowledge Management and Technology Policy Literature|
|Authors:||Meyer, Robert H|
|Keywords:||Innovation;Start up;Intellectual property rights;Entrepreneurship;Technology transfer;Technology commercialization;Technology policy;University-industry links;Economic development;R&D;Knowledge management;Incubation|
|Abstract:||A substantial body of professional and academic literature addresses India’s policy with regard to innovation, knowledge management, intellectual property rights, entrepreneurship, incubation, and, technology transfer and commercialization. Given the nature of the modern global economy, such matters are crucial to India’s economic development. In the quest for economic growth based on knowledge assets, policy makers are wise to consider the degree to which the literature repetitively recommends similar improvements in policy formulation and implementation. The occurrence of repetitive similar policy recommendations in the literature likely indicates less than optimum linkage between policy goals and national resource utilization. Effective policy-making strives to foster the evolution of a dynamic value chain, facilitated by good policy governance, along which new technologies and innovations can move even more effortlessly towards the market. This paper reviews and analyses a selected literature sampling, sheds light on the scope of the body of subject literature, and, identifies reoccurring concerns and recommendations.|
|ISSN:||0975-1076 (Online); 0971-7544 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||JIPR Vol.17(5) [September 2012]|
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