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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25721

Title: Technology Transfer Agreements Containing Tacit ‎Knowledge
Authors: Katz, Abigail
Advisor: Katz, Ariel
Department: Law
Keywords: know-how‎
tacit knowledge
technology transfer
codified knowledge
know how
tacit
Issue Date: 6-Jan-2011
Abstract: In the world we live in transfer of technology is of a great importance. The primary ‎means of technology transfer is by imitating and making copies. However, there are ‎cases where copying is impossible or prohibited. In those cases, technology transfer ‎involves contracting. Those agreements may contain both transfer of codified and tacit ‎knowledge. Technology transfer agreements, containing tacit knowledge, have special ‎characteristics due to the presence of the know-how, and to the need to transfer it. ‎ In this paper, I explore the special measures of technology transfer agreements ‎containing tacit knowledge. I explain why general contract law does not address ‎properly those challenges. I elaborate on the current solutions to these problems, ‎adopted both by the parties and by legislatures, as well as their difficulties. Eventually, I ‎propose possible solutions, either to the legislature or to the judiciary, in order to ‎address those issues in a better way.‎
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25721
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