HomeEasy to StartB.Tech Semester VHS 314Science, Technology And Innovation: Sociological Perspectives

Science and technology as socio-technical systems; Innovation in science and technology: socio-historical and politico-cultural processes; Emergence of knowledge economy; Knowledge society and the role of researchers; Science and innovation policy research; Science and democracy; Public sector – industry linkages; Transition from single-helix to triple-helix model of innovation: government-academia-private R&D institutions networking; Diffusion and commercialisation of research; Techno-entrepreneurship; Intellectual property rights: north-south debate; Scientific knowledge in India: from public resource to intellectual property.

Texts

B. Jones and B. Miller, Innovation Diffusion in the New Economy: The Tacit
Component, Routledge, 2007.
A. Webster and K. Packer (Eds.), Innovation and the Intellectual Property
System, Kluwer Law International, 1996


References

Federal Trade Commission, To Promote Innovation: The Proper Balance of
Competition and Patent Law and Policy, A Report by the Federal Trade
Commission, 2003.
D.E. Stokes, Pasteur-s Quadrant: Basic Science and Technological
Innovation, Brookings Institution Press, 1997.
P. Murmann, Knowledge and Competitive Advantage: The Coevolution of Firms,
Technology and National Institutions, Cambridge University Press, 2003.
C. Edquist and M. McKelvey (Eds.), Systems of Innovations, Volumes I
and II, Elgar, 2000.

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