Industrialized or developed countries control some of the most valuable, useful and transferable technology in the world. Recognizing the need for the transfer of technology from the larger industrialized nations to the more numerous developing countries, the author of this article examines the difficulties of such transfers and analyzes the proposed codes of conduct to regulate such transactions.
Marcus B. Finnegan,
A Code of Conduct Regulating International Technology Transfer: Panacea or Pitfall,
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