2 edition of Technology transfer and in-house R&D in Indian industry found in the catalog.
Technology transfer and in-house R&D in Indian industry
|Statement||edited and with an introduction by Binay Kumar Pattnaik.|
|Contributions||Pattnaik, Binay Kumar., National Seminar on "Problems and Challenges of Technology Transfer, In-House R&D and Indigenous Technology for Indian Industry in the 1990s" (1996 : Bombay, India)|
|LC Classifications||T174.3 .T3784 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|ISBN 10||8170239397, 8170239400|
|LC Control Number||99936594|
“Now, ISRO’s in-house Li-ion technology is transferred for commercial production to Indian industries to set up Lithium-ion cell production facilities for development of indigenous electric vehicles. Transfer of technology to industry is at a nominal fee of Rs 1 crore. Interestingly, joint ventures spend more on R & D than Indian-owned enterprises, and among Indian enterprises, those who license technology do more R & D than those who do not. This advocates that technology transfer inspires instead of replaces, domestic R & D, a finding which denies prevailing development theories.
The transformation of the Indian automobile industry after per cent FDI was permitted may be an educative example. It helped India become an important export base for some of . Industry Interface: Technology Transfer As an act of policy commensurate with the DOS/ISRO Technology Transfer Policy, U R Rao Satellite Centre has been transferring its in-house developed technologies to the Indian Industry for commercial exploitation.
Technology transfer, also called transfer of technology (TOT), is the process of transferring (disseminating) technology from the person or organization that owns or holds it to another person or organization. It occurs along various axes: among universities, from universities to businesses (and vice versa), from large businesses to smaller ones (and vice versa), from governments to businesses. Evidence from the Indian manufacturing industry. International Review of Applied Economics, 25(6), – Crossref, Google Scholar; Siddharthan, NS  Transaction costs, technology transfer, and in-house R&D: A Study of the Indian Private Corporate sector. Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organization, 18(2), –
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Vol. 2 comprises of papers presented at the National Seminar on Problems and Challenges of Technology Transfer, In-House R & D and Indigenous Technology for Indian Industry in the s, held in Bombay JanuaryDescription: 2 volumes ; 24 cm: Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Binay Kumar Pattnaik.
Abstract Utilising a rich firm-level data on Indian pharmaceutical manufacturing, this paper attempts to investigate effects of in-house research and development (R&D) and technology transfer on firms’ productivity performance for the period – We test the inter-linkage in two frameworks: Growth accounting and production by: 6.
North-Holland Transaction costs, technology transfer, and in-house R&D A study of the Indian private corporate sector N.S. Siddharthan* Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, India Received Januaryfinal version received September This paper deals with the determinants of in-house R&D, and the impact of technology transfer on R&D expenditures for a sample of firms belonging to the Indian private corporate Cited by: Siddharthan NS () Transaction costs, technology transfer, and in-house R&D: a study of the Indian private corporate sector.
J Econ Behav Organ – CrossRef Google Scholar Srivastava V () Liberalization, productivity and competition: a panel study of Indian by: 1. Analysis is made of the claims of those who thought the gains that could accrue from the pathway of enhanced reliance on FDI, technology transfer and R&D investment from overseas would allow the Indian pharmaceutical industry and government to upgrade the pharmaceutical innovation system in a better way in the post‐TRIPS era.
Actors, Their Activities and Possible Technology Transfer 30 Typologies of Technology Transfer in the Indian Setting 34 8 Conclusion 39 8 Acknowledgements 43 9 Appendices 43 Appendix I Institutions Visited, and Names and Addresses of Interviewed Experts 44 Appendix II Questions to Guide Open-Ended Discussions Technology transfer is conducted through different channels and different entities.
Depending on the means of creating and gaining of the technology its transfer can be considered either internal or external. Internal technology transfer is conducted mostly inside a single entity or its affiliates. This. The Railway Sector in India provides a huge opportunity for manufacturing in India.
Although Indian Companies are adopting more innovative approaches to meet the rising demand of the Rail Sector in India, Foreign Companies have a big role to play in the development of this sector bringing in technologies, experience and human capital.
technology transfer as it applies to medicines and vaccines is of major importance. To contribute to these discussions and with a view to informing the debate, we have brought together in this publication over 50 examples of successful pharmaceutical.
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND EFFECTIVE UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS The Experience of China, India, Japan, Philippines, the Republic of Korea, Singapore and Thailand For more information contact the World Intellectual Property Organization Address: 34, chemin des Colombettes P.O.
Box 18 CH Geneva 20 Switzerland Telephone. technology transfer from Indian publicly funded R&D institutions to industry. Through a content analysis 27 variables have been identified, which are likely to impact a successful technology transfer. A conceptual technology transfer (TT) model and the hypotheses in terms of the identified variables were formulated.
Goals of Technology Transfer Is a valuable step in the developmental life cycle leading to successful commercial manufacturing To take all the gathered knowledge and. A common refrain in the Indian defence sector is that all defence procurement contracts should contain the clause for full Transfer of Technology (ToT).1 India’s Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) itself mentions “comprehensive” ToT and “complete” ToT as a requirement in numerous places.2 The fact remains that full ToT has remained elusive.
India's technological capability: an international comparison In addition, national laboratories could be involved in all major deals of selection, transfer, and adaptation of technology. In-house R&D. Empirical studies of in-house R&D in industry have identified its two important determinants: (1) market structure and (2) mode of.
The relationship between technology and colonialism in British India is the focus of this book. Three important areas are examined: the practices shaping and constraining technology transfer and the growth of education in the fields of technology and engineering; the emerging patterns in transportation and communication; and the struggle for technological sovereignty before India Format: Hardcover.
Evenson, ; Basant and Fikkert, ; and Katrak, ) generally find significant returns to technology transfer and R&D, which relate as complements, rather than substitutes, as avenues of technology acquisition.4 An exception is Ferrantino (), who does not find robust returns to R&D or technology transfer in Indian firms.
Technology transfer is the mechanism by which the accumulated knowledge developed by a specific entity is transferred wholly or partially to another one to allow the receiver to benefit from such knowledge (UNIDO, ).
In another sense, technology transfer is to improve the technological capability of business enterprises in developing countries. Technology Transfer from Higher Technical Institutions to the Industry in India - A Case study of IIT Bombay Arumugam V† and Karuna Jain Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai Received 12 Octoberrevised 27 January This paper examines the contributions of each of these avenues, as well as their interactions, to productivity within Chinese industry.
Based on a large data set for China's large and medium-size enterprises, the estimation results show that in-house R&D significantly complements technology transfer—whether of domestic or foreign origin. Technology transfer documents shall be received from R&D or contract giver.
Analytical method transfer shall be carried out by using approved protocol given by R&D or contract giver. Upon completion of analytical method transfer, data shall be compiled; report shall be prepared and sent to R&D or contract giver for review.
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.This study for India shows that this technology transfer is more likely to be achieved by the presence of foreign firms rather than by simple purchase of foreign technology.
Here, the world's top experts impart their knowledge and experience, many in print for the first time. By considering developing country markets, this book is the first truly global guide to technology transfer, helping companies all around the world to avoid costly mistakes in product development and to recover investments quickly.