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The Role and Influence of Government Economic Policies in the Process of Transferring or Developing the Required Technologies in the Aviation Knowledge-Based Industries and Aeronautics

Journal: International Journal for Modern Trends in Science and Technology (IJMTST) (Vol.5, No. 4)

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Page : 23-29

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The technology transfer can be defined as the knowledge transfer, new products or processes from an organization to other organizations for commercial profit. Governments and politicians play a significant role in transfer and development of technology. One of the main criteria in the transfer of technology is the economic efficiencies due to modern technologies compared to existing technologies. Every modern and advanced technology has its own economic comparative advantage. In this study, we will consider that what the technology transfer is in the aviation knowledge-based industries and aeronautics, whatthe different methods of technology are and how much the economic governments are effective in the development of this technology. Method: This research is descriptive-survey as well as a practical type, since its results are practical and effective for politicians and managers of technologies related to aviation industry and aeronautics. The basis of every model of technology transferis the criteria. In the present study, reviewing of previous researches are used in order to identify impressive factors on the economic policies which affect the technology transfer in the aviation industry and to provide a practical and research proposal In this regard. In this study, the executive process of government policies is considered as one of the important dimensions that can play a mediator role in the utilization process of opportunity and eventually offer future suggestions.

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