2000 Volume 2000, Issue 1

Special Issue on Fostering High-tech Spin-offs: A Public Strategy for Innovation

The papers in this volume attempt to bring the facts about spin-offs from public research to light. Universities and research institutions are more entrepreneurial than ever before, and spin-offs represent the success of their new commercial orientation. But hopes about the importance of new firm generation from cutting-edge research, should be informed by better data on new firm creation and their economic impacts. The papers in this volume explore the steady rise of research-based spin-offs across the OECD, and rely on recent data to explain the factors of success, and to formulate better institutional practices and national policies.

30 Jul 2001 168 pages English Also available in: French

https://doi.org/10.1787/sti_rev-v2000-1-en 9789264193109 (PDF)

Author(s): OECD