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|Title:||Intellectual Property Management and Value-Added Strategy of the Industrial Technology Research Institute|
|Keywords:||Value-added strategy;intellectual property management;Technology Transfer Centre (TTC)|
|Abstract:||This paper analyses the strategies, which public research organizations apply to add value to their intellectual property. Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Taiwan, is used as an example and reference is made to the American sys-tem. The strategy and approach in response to the Basic Law of Science and Technology (in Taiwan) is discussed with ref-erence to the Technology Transfer Centre (TTC), the factors that impact technology transfer pricing, the process for tech-nology transfer, the factors to consider in technology transfer, industrial co-operative model and patent orientated technol-ogy transfer. Thereafter, the strategy and approach with regards to technology derivative value-added business is discussed. After analysing the strategy, some real case studies are discussed (Bio-chip, partial transfer of patent rights and the auction-ing of patents). Lastly, some recommendations are made regarding the creation of IP-centric technology transfer mecha-nisms.|
|Appears in Collections:||JIPR Vol.10(5) [September 2005]|
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