David V. Gibson

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The ability and desire to access knowledge and to be able to learn and put knowledge to work is central to regional economic development and for globalization to be a force for drawing the world together. This chapter presents the logic, conceptual framework, and key elements for leveraging codified knowledge and tacit know-how through Internet and(More)
Towards a Research Agenda for Knowledge Policies and Management P. ConceiçãoD. GibsonM.V. HeitorS. Shariq Article information: To cite this document: P. ConceiçãoD. GibsonM.V. HeitorS. Shariq, (1997),"Towards a Research Agenda for Knowledge Policies and Management", Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 1 Iss 2 pp. 129 141 Permanent link to this document:(More)
The Center for International Security and Arms Control, part of Stanford University’s Institute for International Studies, is a multidisciplinary community dedicated to research and training in the field of international security. The Center brings together scholars, policymakers, scientists, area specialists, members of the business community, and other(More)
This article explores the characteristics of venture business and entrepreneurs in Korea to (1) identify technology transfer activities, (2) analyze the differences between technology transfer in linear and nonlinear venture businesses, and (3) guide more effective venture business policy and strategy. This empirical assessment reveals that entrepreneurs(More)
Article history: Received 10 January 2011 Received in revised form 23 March 2011 Accepted 4 April 2011 Available online 12 May 2011 The concept of leveraged innovation to create wealth within regions, countries and economies is not a new concept. Competitiveness of regions in the increasingly global economy now requires not only that innovation be present(More)
The purposes of this chapter is to delve more deeply into the processes and determinants of technological, organisational, and social innovation and to discuss their implications for selecting instruments and policies to stimulate the kinds of innovation necessary for the transformation of industrial societies into sustainable ones. Sustainable development(More)
This article provides a brief overview of the National Science Foundation’s objectives in the formation of Science and Technology Centers at twenty-five U.S. universities. Survey respondents at the centers and industry participants express conflicting opinions over what they define as technology transfer, effectiveness of technology transfer, and factors(More)
TT centers on the communication of information that is intended to accomplish a task. TT is a particularly difficult type of communication; often it is ineffective. TT is becoming a major management focus and involves a range of organizational, informational, and behavioral challenges to getting knowledge (ideas and products) from research to process and(More)