Analyzing and organizing nanotechnology development: Application of the institutional analysis development framework to nanotechnology consortia

M. Allarakhia, Steven Thomas Walsh

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Abstract

Governments and companies around the globe have embraced nanotechnology as a strategically critical pan industrial technology. Many view it as one of the essential foundation technology bases of the next Schumpeterian wave. A number of commercial and government sponsored groups have developed a variety of consortia centered on the commercial promise of nanotechnology. Yet the optimal management of these consortia has proven elusive to the point that some suggest that they cannot be managed at all. If these consortia are important, and their effective management crucial, then there is cause for concern. We utilize the case study method to create a nanotechnology consortia management diagnostic model based on institutional analysis development (IAD). Nanotechnology consortia are formed for a variety of purposes and their stakeholders include governments, industries, large firms, SME, entrepreneurial enterprises, and supporting firms.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)216-226
JournalTechnovation
Volume32
Issue number3-4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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  • IR-84496

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