Management of Innovation Commercialization Processes: Experience of Sweden Universities and Possible Ways of Its Use in Ukraine

TitleManagement of Innovation Commercialization Processes: Experience of Sweden Universities and Possible Ways of Its Use in Ukraine
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsShatokha, VI, Polushenko, VА
Short TitleSci. innov.
SectionThe World of Innovations

A Swedish model of innovation commercialization for higher educational establishments is considered. A model for commercialization of research results by Ukraine HEE has been developed. It implies the stepwise incorporation of formal features of innovative company, by the analogy with knowledge mining concept.

Keywordsbusiness activity, commercialization of innovations, knowledge mining

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