Existing literature on technology transfer finds that most experts view universities’ technology-transfer efforts positively and unconditionally, without considering the possibility that some change in universities’ technology-transfer processes may have neutral and even negative results. Moreover, the literature emphasizes specific factors that may contribute to increased university commercialization, including policy, such as royalty share and faculty guidelines, as well as organizational issues, such as business experience and education of employees of the technology-transfer office. However, the case studies in the literature provide little empirical analysis of any university over time or through changes to its technology-transfer processes.
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