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Designing technology in the age of digitalization: needs for technology assessment and ethics

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Technology Assessment in a Globalized World

REFERENCES [1] B. Bimber. The Politics of Expertise in Congress: The Rise and Fall of the Office of Technology Assessment. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996. [2] P.D. Blair. Congress’s Own Think Tank. Learning from the Legacy of the Office of Technology Assessment (1972-1995) . New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. [3] A. Ely, P. van Zwanenberg and A. Stirling. (2011). New Models of Technology Assessment for Development. STEPS Working Paper 45. [Online]. Available:

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Systemic Outlook in Technology- Management Trends of Best Technology/ICT Companies

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The conception of selected Technology Assessment method and the possibilities of TS application

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Business modeling process for university’s technology transfer offices

References Baglieri, D., Baldi, F., Tucci, C. (2015), “University Technology Transfer Office Business Models: One Size does NOT Fit All”, DRUID2015 Conference on “The RELEVANCE of INNOVATION”, June 15-17, 2015 at LUISS BS in Rome, Italy. Landry, R., Amara, N., Cloutier, J.S., Halilem, N. (2013), “Technology transfer organizations: Services and business models”, Technovation 33, available at: , pp. 431–449. Marin, A., Boanță, L., Hadăr, A., Badea, D.M., Vlăduț, G., Bucur, D., Ciocănel, B

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Aspects of Innovation and Technology Transfer in Romania

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Commercialization Methods of a New Product/service in ICT Industry: Case of a Science & Technology Park

References Aghajani, H.A. & Yazdanpanah, E. (2005). Consideration of effective factors on technology transfer from university to industry at universities. Fourth conference on Iran’s technology management, Tehran, (in Persian). Assembly of Iran’s Technology Management. Retrieved from . Amir Khani, A. & Isfandiari, M. (2012). Methods for effective transfer of technology. Roshde-Fannavari, 8(31), 2-11. Arabi, A. (1998). Technology transfer methods. Tadbir Tehran

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Exploring Technology Evolution in the Solar Cell Field: An Aspect from Patent Analysis

1 Introduction The discovery and surveying of technology trends is fundamental and critical to the survival of companies. As technologies constantly evolve and product life cycles become shorter ( Ali, Krapfel, & LaBahn, 1995 ), the need for effective information and knowledge management has become a crucial issue in the highly competitive economic environment ( D. Z. Chen, Chang, Huang, & Fu, 2005 ). Efforts have been made to study the dynamic nature of technology and the innovation process, and these have focused on the examination of technology

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Assessing the Impact of Technology Adoption on Human Touch Aspects in Healthcare Settings in Mauritius

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Information Technology Reliability in Shaping Organizational Innovativeness of SMEs

University of Technology. Chen, Y. S., Lin, M. J. J., & Chang, C. H. (2009). The positive effects of relationship learning and absorptive capacity on innovation performance and competitive advantage in industrial markets. Industrial Marketing Management , 38(2), 152–158, Corso, M., & Paolucci, E. (2001). Fostering innovation and knowledge transfer in product development through information technology. International Journal of Technology Management , 22(1/2/3), 126–148,

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