Office of Technology Transfer – Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences Case Solution

Gordon Zong trying to teach Chinese universities and research institutes on how to make effective technology transfer and licensing of intellectual property, but it is doing so in an environment with weak property rights and support for under-developed infrastructure. As Director General of the Office of Technology Transfer at the Institute of Biological Sciences, Shanghai, worked with researchers at the forefront of biology and biotechnology, but is faced with seemingly insurmountable obstacles in obtaining technology commercialized in domestic firms Chinese, so that became global pharmaceutical multinational companies at the moment. The goal of the company is to help current and future managers of multinationals that have global responsibility for R & D strategy to understand some of the complexities of intellectual property environment in China so they can develop strategies for effective participation their organizations. Understanding wrong incentives that lead to the production of patents and challenges of the patent application and the direction of change is essential useless because the rapidly evolving Chinese system, the consequences of these changes have important commercial implications.
by
Willy Shih,
Chai Sen,
Kamen Bliznashki,
Courtney Hyland
Source: Harvard Business School
28 pages.
Date Posted: March 24, 2011. Prod #: 611057-PDF-ENG
Office of Technology Transfer – Institutes for Biological Sciences Shanghai Case Solution

Office of Technology Transfer – Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences Case Solution
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