• Beyond the Digital Economy: A Perspective on Innovation for the Learning Society 

    Conceição, Pedro; Gibson, David V.; Heitor, Manuel V.; Sirilli, Giorgio (2012-02-21)
    In view of the current socio-economic context, in which innovation is a key driving force for the sustainable development, which challenges are facing education and research to enhance and nurture innovation and better ...
  • Defining Tech Transfer 

    Association of University Technology Managers (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2012-03-23)
    Technology transfer describes a formal transferring of new discoveries and innovations resulting from scientific research conducted at universities to the commercial sector. This article explores the reason why there has ...
  • Eco-economics in Texas: Competitive Adaptation for the Next Industry Revolution 

    Motloch, John; Armistead, J. David; Lebkowsky, Jon (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2012-02-14)
    The global economy within which Texas' businesses operate is shifting rapidly from a context of resource abundance to a context of resource constrain, leading to growth that is sought through continuous and accelerating ...
  • Incubating and Networking Technology Commercialization Centers among Emerging, Developing, and Mature Technopoleis Worldwide 

    Gibson, David V.; Conceição, Pedro (Elsevier Science Ltd., 2012-02-21)
    The ability and desire to access knowledge and to be able to learn and put knowledge to work is central to regional economic development and for globalization to be a force for drawing the world together. This chapter ...
  • It's All in Your Head: The Promise of Intellectual Property 

    Bratic, Walter (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2012-03-23)
    In today’s knowledge-based global economy, intellectual assets often supersede physical assets as the basis of corporate value. Increasingly, companies build their competitive advantage upon a foundation of intellectual ...
  • Japanese Style Networks and Innovations in High-Technology Firms in Texas 

    Echeverri-Carroll, Elsie L. (IC² Institute, 2012-11-07)
    Discusses U.S.-Japanese competitiveness and how it might affect policy and the high-technology industry. Describes Japanese knowledge and spatial networks with a focus on their contribution to innovations. Discusses ...
  • Knowledge Interaction Towards Inclusive Learning: Promoting Systems of Innovation and Competence Building 

    Conceição, Pedro; Heitor, Manuel V. (Elsevier Science Inc., 2012-02-21)
    This paper draws on recent conceptual approaches to economic growth, in which the accumulation of knowledge is the fundamental driving force behind growth. This fact is reflected in the trend in developed economies towards ...
  • A New Approach to Innovation & Growth in the Texas Technology Corridor 

    Sekora, Michael C.; Evans, Eliza (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2012-02-22)
    Texas faces the challenge of maintaining and growing its capacity to innovate at a time when global competitors are aggressively pursuing markets that have generated economic success for Texas companies in the recent past. ...
  • Open Innovation Conference 2012 

    Various (2012-11-14)
    Presentation slides from the First Annual Open Innovation Conference held at the University of Texas at Austin on November 8-9, 2012. The conference was sponsored by the IC² Institute on the theme "The Journey from Ideation ...
  • Sustaining The Technopolis: High-Technology Development in Austin, Texas 1988-2012 

    Gibson, David V.; Butler, John Sibley (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 2013-04-09)
    Update and elaboration of the 1988 Journal of Business Venturing article "Creating the Technopolis: High-Technology Development in Austin, Texas" which emphasized the role of key influencers, institutions and networks that ...
  • Trade, Corporatism, Clusters, and Japan as Bellweather 

    Phillips, Fred Y. (IC² Institute, 2012-11-04)
    Remarks on the trend toward corporatism in the U.S. and outlines the latest developments, namely the MAI treaty, and examines how what we know about Japanese business and society does and does not signal what we can expect ...