Analysing innovation intermediary organisations from the public management perspective

Jari Konttinen, Mika Nieminen

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    We found out that the practices of the modern public management and the NPM are well established in the organisation of technology transfer and commercialisation activities of the university research. While the NPM seems to fit rather well in the innovation policy framework, it has to be noticed that its implementation does not necessary take place without difficulties. Determining the “right mix” of autonomy, decentralisation, responsibilities, empowerment, market and customer-orientation is the key question of forming effective technology transfer and commercialisation policies in knowledge-based economies.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 6th International Triple Helix Conference
    PublisherNational University of Singapore
    ISBN (Print)978-81-904262-9-9
    Publication statusPublished - 2007
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event6th International Triple Helix Conference: Emerging Models for the Entrepreneurial Regional Diversities or Global Convergence - Singapore, Singapore
    Duration: 16 May 200718 May 2007


    Conference6th International Triple Helix Conference


    • University technology transfer
    • commercialisation
    • intermediaries
    • public management
    • NPM


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