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The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM)
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PURPOSE The Asian Journal of Technology management aims to promote interdisciplinary research regarding the special problems and opportunities related to technology management fields in Asia and its effects beyond. It publishes papers by worldwide scholars, practitioners, and those interested in Asian technology development under one of these classifications research paper, viewpoint, conceptual paper, case study, literature review. The journal is intended as an instrument for individuals conducting research on technology management at both micro and macro level of analysis as well as its relationship with other managerial functions such as operations, marketing finance, and human resource. READERSHIP Researchers, educator, senior practitioners in the areas of technology economics, research and development, innovation management, technology management, technology transfer, technology and business strategy will find the journal interest. UNIQUENESS AS ATTRACTIVENESS FACTOR The uniqueness factor of Asian Journal of Technology Management is the scope of study which views the intersect of Technology and Management in a fashionable and unique way in creating competitive advantage of corporations and nations in Asia. As we are facing a fast changing Asia, where old customs and tradition meet technology adoption and the government, industry, corporations; the journal intends to take part in the swift change and is filling a niche in the journal business. There is no other journal that intersects Technology Management and micro-macro level analyzes in the continent of Asia where extensive and considerable shift of technology adoption is in a fast pace. AJTM Journal Indexed by Cross Ref, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, DOAJ and Indonesian Publication Index (IPI). Print ISSN: 1978-6956; Online ISSN: 2089-791X
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R&D and Patents: An Attempt of Application of the Griliches’s Model in a Transitional Economy Jasinski, Andrzej H.; Manikowski, Arkadiusz
The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM) Vol 5, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : School of Business and Management Institut Teknologi Bandung

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The main aim of this paper is to analyze relations between patent activity and R&D activity in Poland being a transitional economy in Central and Eastern Europe. The macro-perspective will be considered here. The paper begins with data on patents and R&D expenditures in the country in 1990-2010. Then the Griliches’s model is presented. The next section is devoted to an empirical verification of this model in Poland. Finally, there will be the main conclusions. Keywords: R&D, invention, patent, transitional economy
From Family Based to Industrial Based Production: Local Economic Development Initiatives and the HELIX Model Pennink, Bartjan W
The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM) Vol 5, No 2 (2012)
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To build a strong local economy, good practice tells us that each community should undertake a collaborative, strategically planned process to understand and then act upon its own strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. From this perspective we start with the local communities but how is this related to the perspective from the Helix model in which three actors are explicitly introduced: the Government, the Industry and the Universities? The purpose of local economic development (LED) is to build up the economic capacity of a local area to improve its economic future and the quality of life for all. To support  the Local Economic Development in remote areas,   a program  has been developed based on the LED frame work of the world bank. This approach and  the experiences over  the past years with this program are  described in the first part.  In the second part of the paper, We analyse work done with that program with the help of the social capital concept and the triple helix model.  In all cases it is important to pay attention to who is taken the initiative after the first move (and it is not always the governance as actor) and for the triple helix we suggest  that the concepts of (national) Government, Industry and University need a translation to Local Governance Agency, Cooperation or other ways of cooperation of local communities and Local Universities. Although a push from outside might help  a local region in development the endogenous factors are  also needed. Keywords: Triple Helix model, Local Economic Development, Local Actors, Double Triangle within the Helix Model
An Assessment of the Capability of ICT Education in Bicol University Polangui Campus, Polangui, Albay, Philippines: A Determinant to its Sustainability Riñon, Bernardita B; Belchez, Nelly B
The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM) Vol 5, No 2 (2012)
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The 21st Century poses an urgent need for the integration of ICT in classroom instruction. Education is a lifelong process therefore access to information anytime, anywhere is imperative. We need literates to meet the challenges of illiteracy and poverty and bring about the cost reduction of education,   improve the quality and effectiveness of teaching (wikieducator,n.d.). This paper intends to present the results of an assessment on the capability of ICT education where its sustainability largely depends upon it. Specifically, it aimed to determine the profile of the facilities, faculty readiness in ICT literacy, related researches, budgetary allocation for facilities and linkages with non-government and government agencies likewise the level of capability of ICT education was assessed. Findings revealed that the school has the capability to sustain ICT education. In this study, the researchers arrived at the conclusion that capable and sustainable ICT education would produce ICT literates individuals who would meet the challenges of digital world. Keywords:ICT,Capability,Sustainability, New Literacy, Teachers’ Readiness
Lessons from the Current Japanese Triple Helix Model Hosono, Mitsuaki; Nakayama, Yasuo
The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM) Vol 5, No 2 (2012)
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Since mid-1990s, the Japanese government has encouraged university-industry collaboration to foster innovations for economic growth. Learning from the American licensing model of technology transfer, Japanese Bay-Dole Act and TLO (Technology Licensing Organization) Act were enacted in late 1990s. In addition, the corporatization of Japanese National Universities (JNUs) in 2004 spurred their technology-transfer activities to obtain external funds. As a result, more than 50 TLOs has been established since FY1998, and also the number of patent application and licensed patents were increased at JUNs rapidly after FY2004. However, the licensing income has been stayed poor and some of TLOs were abolished. There are few evidences that the introduction of licensing model of technology transfer into Japan could contribute to innovation properly. Therefore, this study will try to clarify if licensing model of technology transfer work in Japan by analyzing the Japanese National University (JNU) patent. There are 20,485 applied patent, which invented by JNU’s researcher(s) from FY2004 to 2007. 38% of them were applied by solely by JNUs and 52% were by JNU and Private Firms etc. In the Japanese Patent Act, jointly applied patents are not licensed to the third party without the consent of co-applicant(s). Hence, more than half of the patent invented by JNU researchers is not basically used for patent licensing. Consequently, JNUs and TLOs face difficulties in patent licensing under the current Patent Act. Keywords: Technology Transfer, TLO, University Patent, Japan
Triple Helix Model in Developing Technological Innovation: The Case of Computer Based Interlocking Nurzal, Erry Ricardo; Waluyo, Marhaindro
The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM) Vol 5, No 2 (2012)
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Computer Based Interlocking (CBI) is the most important part of the electric railway signalingsystem which serves as the “brain” that controls the operation of electrical signaling system thatreplaces the role of the electromagnetic relay which has gradually been abandoned. Developmentof CBI is based on the fact that until recently the signaling system in Indonesia is still reliedheavily on the CBI products from foreign vendors. Therefore, the development of domestic CBIproducts is really necessary in order to decrease the dependence on technology from foreignvendors that at the same time is also be able to support the accelerated development of railwayinfrastructure in Indonesia.The CBI development is conducted in the form of a collaboration involving the government,universities, and industry. This paper explores and analyzes the roles and interactions betweendifferent actors in the triple helix perspective, and identifies how the innovation ecosystemfunctioning with support from the government.Based on the data collected through in-depth interview with the actors involved in the CBI casestudy, this paper gives some key findings. First, government role is very important in establishingan innovation ecosystem for CBI development. Second, the leader in the development of CBItechnological innovation should be the industry supported by governmental R & D institutionsand universities. Third, R & D consortium is an effective vehicle for creating an interactionamong industry, academia, and government.Such findings may provide conceptual direction which is important for the development oftechnological innovation in Indonesia. In addition, in providing support for R&D activities, thegovernment needs to direct its R & D incentives to the industry as a business practitioner with itsown technology roadmap. The possible further research may include some research issues. First,is the pattern occurred in the CBI case also applied in the other cases of technological innovationdevelopment? Second, what obstacles can be identified in the development of CBI technologicalinnovation capabilities? Third, what is the impact of research collaboration in the development ofCBI technological innovation? Keywords :Indonesia, R & D Consortium, Industrial Research, Government Support

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