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Journal:   JOURNAL OF IRANIAN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (JISDS)   FALL 2017 , Volume 9 , Number 4 (36) #G0066; Page(s) 93 To 108.
 
Paper:  A MODEL FOR COMMERCIALIZATION OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES (CASED OF STUDY: COMPANIES BASED IN PARDIS INNOVATION PARK)
 
Author(s):  EBRAHIM NAZARI TAHA, HAMDI KARIM*, IRANNEZHAD PARIZI MEHDI
 
* DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT, SCIENCE AND RESEARCH, ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Until recently, scientists and researchers in the universities refused the commercialization of academic research, and their main mission was merely the production of knowledge without reversing its application in the field of industrial production. It continued until knowledge emerged as a unique source of competitive advantage. Today, universities have shown a great desire to commercialize academic research, and commercialization of intellectual property has become the institutional goal of many academic systems. Commercialization plays an important role in introducing the products and services of knowledge- intensive companies to the market in order to generate economic benefits. Therefore, the present research aims to prioritize the factors affecting the commercialization of products in knowledge- intensive companies based in Pardis Technology Park (aka Iran Silicon Valley) using FAHP technique. In order to achieve this goal, a comprehensive overview of literature related to the current research, opinions, and comments of 82 experts and elites has been used to achieve results. The results of this research show that technological factors are the most important factor in the commercialization of products and services. Also, the sub-factors of research and development capacity, management commitment, government support, and competitive strategy have been the most important factor from the experts’ point of view.

 
Keyword(s): COMMERCIALIZATION, KNOWLEDGE BASED, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, FUZZY AHP
 
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