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Comparative Technology Transfer and Society 1.3 (2003) 344-346

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Volume 1 Index (2003)

April Issue, Number 1


A Note of Welcome from the Editors 1
Bruce E. Seely, Gary Klein, and Donald E. Klingner

Technology Transfer and the University of Colorado 3
Elizabeth Hoffman

El Pomar Foundation and the Colorado Institute for Technology
Transfer and Implementation 5
William J. Hybl and Joseph C. Rallo


Historical Patterns in the Scholarship of Technology Transfer 7
Bruce E. Seely

Internet Technology Transfer and Social Capital: Aggregate and Individual Relationships in American Cities 49
John C. Pierce and Nicholas P. Lovrich, Jr.

Notes From The Field Philip O. Beck

Information and Communication Technologies and the Global
Digital Divide: Technology Transfer, Development, and Least
Developing Countries 72
Mitchell F. Rice [End Page 344]

Technology, its Innovation and Diffusion as the Motor of Capitalism 89
Peter J. Hugill

August Issue, Number 2


Technology Transfer and the Future of Public Administration:
An Agenda for Study and Practice 121
Donald E. Klingner

An Assessment of the Exchange of New Technology between
Environmental Agencies and Business with the Pronoia
Technology Transfer Framework 146
John F. Milliman and John Grosskopf

Notes From The Field Michael Mutnan

Approaches to Technology Transfer in History and the Case
of Nineteenth-Century Mexico 167
Edward Beatty

Notes From The Field Josiah McC. Heyman

Firearms Diffusion, Exotic and Indigenous Knowledge Systems
in the Lowveld Frontier, South Eastern Zimbabwe, 1870-1920 201
Clapperton Mavhunga

Notes From The Field William K. Storey

Book Reviews

Books at the Bookends of Technology Transfer 233
David N. Allen

December Issue, Number 3


The Metronome of Technology Transfer 243
Gary Klein and W. Benjamin Martz

Barriers to and Measurements of the Diffusion of Technology
from the University to Industry 255
Marion G. Sobol and M. Karen Newell

Notes From The Field Ashley J. Stevens [End Page 345]

Requirements Elicitation Techniques: Analyzing the Gap between
Technology Availability and Technology Use 279
Ann M. Hickey, Alan M. Davis, and Denali Kaiser

Notes From The Field Patrick Bultema
Cross-Disciplinary Technology Transfer in Trans-World War II
Japan: The Japanese High-Speed Bullet Train as a Case Study 305
Takashi Nishiyama

Notes From The Field Bill Withuhn

Book Reviews

Globalization, Development and Privatization: What's
the Question, What's the Answer? 328
Donald E. Klingner



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