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|Academic Articles and Cases/tr>|
|Garman, M., & Kosnik, T. J. (1999). Stanford Office of Technology Licensing (OTL) A: Crossroads in the Yamaha Alliance. Stanford Technology Ventures Program Case study STVP-1998-008|
|Garman, M., & Kosnik, T. J. (1999). Stanford Office of Technology Licensing (OTL) B: Yamaha's Response. Stanford Technology Ventures Program Case study STVP-1998-009|
|Nelson, A. J. (2005). Cacophony or harmony? Multivocal logics and technology licensing by the Stanford University Department of Music. Industrial and Corporate Change 14(1), 93-118.|
|Reiffenstein, T. (2006). Codification, patents and the geography of knowledge transfer in the electronic musical instrument industry. The Canadian Geographer/Le Geographe Canadien 50(3), 298-318.|
|Nelson, A. J. (2012). Putting university research in context: Assessing alternative measures of production and diffusion at Stanford. Research Policy 41(4), 678-691.|
|Mody, C. C., & Nelson, A. J. (2013). "A Towering Virtue of Necessity": Interdisciplinarity and the Rise of Computer Music at Vietnam-Era Stanford. Osiris 28(1), 254-277.|
|Nelson, A. J. (2014). From the ivory tower to the startup garage: Organizational context and commercialization processes. Research Policy 43(7), 1144-1156.|
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