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University technology transfer and agricultural science entrepreneurial education : a view from inside

(2019) JOURNAL OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY. 10(4). p.1466-1481
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Focusing on universities whose faculty has little understanding of technology transfer and the commercialization of academic research, we provide a case study of such a university and argue that even some elementary and indirect form of entrepreneurial training can positively affect faculty technology transfer. In light of the above, we seek to contribute to the literature exploring what makes technology transfer programs at Universities successful and our unique contribution lies on elucidating the link between university technology transfer and science and technology entrepreneurial education (STEE). To this effect, we discuss ways to develop integration processes among STEE and technology transfer offices.
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Technology transfer, Agricultural science, Entrepreneurship, Education, University, FACULTY

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Panagopoulos, Andreas, et al. “University Technology Transfer and Agricultural Science Entrepreneurial Education : A View from Inside.” JOURNAL OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY, vol. 10, no. 4, 2019, pp. 1466–81.
APA
Panagopoulos, A., Rozakis, S., Sideri, K., & Anagnosti, A. (2019). University technology transfer and agricultural science entrepreneurial education : a view from inside. JOURNAL OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY, 10(4), 1466–1481.
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Panagopoulos, Andreas, Stelios Rozakis, Katerina Sideri, and Afroditi Anagnosti. 2019. “University Technology Transfer and Agricultural Science Entrepreneurial Education : A View from Inside.” JOURNAL OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY 10 (4): 1466–81.
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Panagopoulos, Andreas, Stelios Rozakis, Katerina Sideri, and Afroditi Anagnosti. 2019. “University Technology Transfer and Agricultural Science Entrepreneurial Education : A View from Inside.” JOURNAL OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY 10 (4): 1466–1481.
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Panagopoulos A, Rozakis S, Sideri K, Anagnosti A. University technology transfer and agricultural science entrepreneurial education : a view from inside. JOURNAL OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY. 2019;10(4):1466–81.
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A. Panagopoulos, S. Rozakis, K. Sideri, and A. Anagnosti, “University technology transfer and agricultural science entrepreneurial education : a view from inside,” JOURNAL OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 1466–1481, 2019.
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  abstract     = {Focusing on universities whose faculty has little understanding of technology transfer and the commercialization of academic research, we provide a case study of such a university and argue that even some elementary and indirect form of entrepreneurial training can positively affect faculty technology transfer. In light of the above, we seek to contribute to the literature exploring what makes technology transfer programs at Universities successful and our unique contribution lies on elucidating the link between university technology transfer and science and technology entrepreneurial education (STEE). To this effect, we discuss ways to develop integration processes among STEE and technology transfer offices.},
  author       = {Panagopoulos, Andreas and Rozakis, Stelios and Sideri, Katerina and Anagnosti, Afroditi},
  issn         = {1868-7865},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY},
  keywords     = {Technology transfer,Agricultural science,Entrepreneurship,Education,University,FACULTY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {1466--1481},
  title        = {University technology transfer and agricultural science entrepreneurial education : a view from inside},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s13132-018-0562-9},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {2019},
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