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Tommy Hendrix1, Syukri Yusuf Nasution2, Luthfina Ariyani2, Syahrizal Maulana2, Adityo Wicaksono2, Ferianto Ferianto2
  • 1 Regional Research and Development Planning Agency of Bogor Regency, Segar III Street Bogor Regional Government Office Complex Kav. 2, Cibinong District, Bogor Regency, West Java 16914
  • 2 National Research and Innovation Agency, SWS Building 7th Floor, Gatot Subroto 10 Street, Jakarta 12710, Indonesia

Conceptualizing a Seamless Model of Technology Transfer: Evidence from Public Research Institutes and Universities in Indonesia

2024. Vol. 18. No. 1. P. 46–57 [issue contents]
Technology transfer (TT) is essential in transforming and mobilizing technological knowledge from public research institutes (PRIs) and universities into innovations. The concept of TT has become the center of scholarly attention since implementing the Bayh-Dole Act in 1980. In its progression, TT models and practices varied across organizations. The standard adopted model at Indonesian PRIs and universities is the dissemination model. This classic model is problematic yet suitable for technological knowledge production within these organizations. Consequently, TT performance could be better; only a few technologies were successfully commercialized and became innovations. Meanwhile, most research results ended as publications and new intellectual properties. Therefore, a new model needs to enhance the TT processes. This study uses a multiple-case study approach to conceptualize a “seamless” technology transfer model. This model provides a holistic view of processes and components of technology transfer in the dimensions of knowledge creation, diffusion, and absorption, which are intertwined. The model differs from the existing concept that segregates components in each dimension; it allows actors and determinants to be involved (or utilized) in multiple dimensions to cater to a better TT process.
Citation: Hendrix T., Nasution S.Y., Ariyani L., Maulana S., Wicaksono A., Ferianto F. (2024) Conceptualizing a Seamless Model of Technology Transfer: Evidence from Public Research Institutes and Universities in Indonesia. Foresight and STI Governance, 18(1), pp. 46–57. DOI: 10.17323/2500-2597.2024.1.46.57
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