Technology transfer and competitive operations: the valuation and collaboration questions

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Abstract

To improve competitiveness and find new markets companies are extending their operations through collaborations involving technology transfer. However, such collaborations have often been based on ad hoc agreements resulting from negotiations in which each side has been inadequately equipped with information about the other’s motivations and expectations. As a result there has been a gap in the ‘value’ attached to the technology, leading to delays or even failure in reaching an agreement. To address this problem a technology valuation and collaboration model has been developed using empirical data gathered from various points along the UK-China value chain for machine tool technology.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 1998
EventEurOMA Workshop on International Operations - Birmingham, United Kingdom
Duration: 31 Mar 1998 → …

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WorkshopEurOMA Workshop on International Operations
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBirmingham
Period31/03/98 → …

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Bennett, D., Vaidya, K., & Zhao, H. (1998). Technology transfer and competitive operations: the valuation and collaboration questions. Paper presented at EurOMA Workshop on International Operations, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Bennett, David ; Vaidya, Kirit ; Zhao, Hongyu. / Technology transfer and competitive operations : the valuation and collaboration questions. Paper presented at EurOMA Workshop on International Operations, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
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1998. Paper presented at EurOMA Workshop on International Operations, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

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