Table of contents for Government policy and program impacts on technology development, transfer and commercialization : international perspective / Kimball P. Marshall, William S. Piper, Walter W. Wymer, Jr., editors.

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Government Policy 
and Program Impacts 
on Technology Development, 
Transfer 
and Commercialization: 
International Perspective 
CONTENTS 
Introduction 
Kimball P. Marshall 
William S. Piper 
Walter Wymer 
An Overview of Potential Government Impacts 
on Technology Transfer and Commercialization 
Kimball P. Marshall 
Perceived Impacts of Government Regulations 
on Technology Transfers 
Maria Onken 
Caroline Fisher 
Jing Li 
Building Capable Organization via Technological Innovation: 
A Study of a China's Leading Textile Machinery Company 
Jifu Wang 
Sharon L. Oswald
The Effects of Changing Technology and Government Policy 
on the Commercialization of Music 75 
Gregory K. Faulk 
Robert P. Lambert 
Clyde Philip Rolston 
Government Programs and Diffusion of Innovations in Taiwan: 
An Empirical Study of Household Technology Adoption Rates 91 
Maxwell K. Hsu 
Hani I. Mesak 
Telemedicine from a Macromarketing Viewpoint: 
A Critical Evaluation with Proposed Licensing Strategies 111 
Ashish Chandra 
Charles E. Pettry, Jr. 
David P. Paul, III 
Patents, Copyrights, and Trademarks in the Early Twenty-First 
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Century: The New Relevance of Some Old Concepts 
of Intellectual Property Rights 
Thomas S. O'Connor 
Government and Market Mechanisms to Provide Alternatives 
to Scrap Tire Disposal 151 
Nancy J. Merritt 
William H. Redmond 
Michael M. Pearson 
The Comparative Influence of Government Funding 
179 
by the U.S. Commerce Department's Advanced Technology 
Program and Private Funding on the Marketing Strategy 
of High-Tech Firms 
Conway L. Lackman 
Food Product Development, Food Regulations and Policies- 
Compatible or Not? 199 
Alicea A. Glueck-Chaloupka 
Louis M. Capella 
Patti C. Coggins
New Technology Adoption, Business Strategy and Government 
Involvement: The Case of Mobile Commerce 
Michael Stoica 
Darryl W. Miller 
David Stotlar 
Predicting Core Innovation and Wealth from Technological 
Innovation and Domestic Competitiveness: The Crucial Role 
of Anti-Trust Policy Effectiveness 
Renée J. Fontenot 
Paul G. Wilhelm 
Incorporating the Dominant Social Paradigm into Government 
Technology Transfer Programs 
William E. Kilbourne 
Governmental and Corporate Role in Diffusing Development 
Technologies: Ethical Macromarketing Imperatives 
Oswald A. J. Mascarenhas 
Ram Kesavan 
Michael D. Bernacchi 
Reflections on Ethical Concerns in Technology Transfer 
and Macromarketing 
Nicholas Capaldi 
Response to Dr. Capaldi 
William E. Kilbourne 
Progressive Reduction of Economic Inequality 
as a Macromarketing Task: A Rejoinder 
Oswald Mascarenhas 
Ram Kesavan 
Michael Bernacchi 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Technology transfer -- Government policy.
Technological innovations -- Government policy.