Dr Puay Tang
|Post:||Senior Lecturer (SPRU - Science and Technology Policy Research)|
|Location:||Jubilee Building 367|
|International:||+44 1273 877078|
|download vCarddownload vCard to your mobile|
Puay’s research interests focus on the following. (1) Academic entrepreneurship (university-industry relations), which examines the strategies deployed by universities to exploit their intellectual assets, analyzes the evolving IP management practices by Higher Education Institutions, models of Technology Transfer Offices., and models for international knowledge exchange. (2) Effect of technologies on the IPR regime, such as on software patents and “digital” copyright. (3) Impact assessment and evaluation of program initiatives and research centres, investigation of the contribution of Social Sciences to policymaking, and the benefits of publicly funded research. (3) IT innovation, including cybercrime.
Taught a Masters course on Managing IP, which focused on how firms protect their IP, enforce their IP and strategies for managing firm intellectual assets.
Puay also supervises Master and doctoral thesis.
Office hours: 2-4 every Tuesday, Freeman Centre.
Please email me in advance for an appointment: email@example.com
D'Este Cukierman, Pablo, Tang, Puay, Mahdi, Surya, Neely, Andy and Sánchez-Barrrioluengo, Mabel (2013) The pursuit of academic excellence and business engagement: is it irreconcilable? Scientometrics, 95 (2). pp. 481-502. ISSN 1588-2861
Kraemer-Mbula, Erika, Tang, Puay and Rush, Howard (2013) The cybercrime ecosystem: online innovation in the shadows? Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 80 (3). pp. 541-555. ISSN 0040-1625
Molas-Gallart, Jordi and Tang, Puay (2011) Tracing 'productive interactions' to identify social impacts: an example from the social sciences. Research Evaluation, 20 (3). pp. 219-226. ISSN 0958-2029
Martin, Ben R., Tang, Puay, Morgan Jones, Molly and et al, (2010) Towards a Bibliometric Database for the Social Sciences and Humanities - A European Scoping Project. Unset. Unset.