European Knowledge Transfer Report 2013

Arundel, Anthony, Es-Sadki, Nordine, Barjak, Franz, Perrett, Pieter and Lilischkis, Stefan (2013). European Knowledge Transfer Report 2013. European Commission.

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    Author Arundel, Anthony
    Es-Sadki, Nordine
    Barjak, Franz
    Perrett, Pieter
    Lilischkis, Stefan
    Title European Knowledge Transfer Report 2013
    Publication Date 2013-06
    Place of Publication n/a
    Publisher European Commission
    Pages 384
    Language eng
    Abstract The objective of the European KT Policy Surveys in 2010 and 2012 was monitoring the status of implementation of the European Commission’s “Recommendation on the management of intellectual property in knowledge transfer activities and Code of Practice for universities and other public research organisations” from 2008. Responding to the survey fulfilled the Recommendation’s requirement that Member States should “inform the Commission by 15 July 2010 and every two years thereafter of measures taken on the basis of this Recommendation, as well as their impact”. Associated States were also kindly requested to fill in the questionnaire. The following findings are based on answers from the countries, mostly by representatives of the European Research Area Committee’s working group on knowledge transfer. For four countries – Bosnia Herzegovina, Italy, Liechtenstein and Turkey – other sources were taken instead. Taking all countries, all Recommendation themes and all related survey questions together, and considering also plans for future KT policies, the overall level of implementation in 2012 was found to be on average 53%. This means that the Recommendation’s targets are currently reached approximately by half. “Implementation level” refers to fulfilling the Recommendation’s single items, the “facilitating practices” mentioned in the Recommendation’s annex, and a few further questions added by the study team.
    Copyright Holder European Commission
    Copyright Year 2013
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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