THE PROCESS OF RESEARCH PRODUCTS COMMERCIALIZATION AT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS: FOREIGN EXPERIENCE AND UKRAINIAN REALITY

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Lviv Polytechnic National University
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Lviv Polytechnic National University

The article deals with analyzing the process of research products commercialization at higher education institutions in Ukraine and certain developed foreign countries. The process of research products commercialization at Ukrainian higher education institutions is observed as a reasonable and necessary way for increasing their financial potential. The authors study and analyze different techniques and ways of research products commercialization used by foreign higher education institutions. Some problems of research products commercialization in Ukraine are identified. The perspective ways for adapting foreign experience in commercialization to Ukrainian higher education institutions have been suggested.

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