In this article, the authors attempt to untangle several interwoven thoughts and assumptions about new technology, its impact, and ways to measure that impact with respect to what is commonly referred to as “clean technology.” Global climate change has been recognized by a variety of organizations in the U.S. and abroad as an important issue. It is often asserted that new technology is the cure for climate change. For example, the importance of enhanced technology transfer was highlighted as a primary component of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) in 1992.

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February 21, 2012
Patents And Licensing As Metrics Of Technology Transfer: An Example From Clean Technology
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