Technology transfer and urban issues: state of the art of the last ten years

Giovanni Luigi Ferreira Schiavon, Angelica Duarte Lima, Lou Grimmal, Serge Rohmer, Regina Negri Pagani

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This study reviews the last ten years of literature relating technology and knowledge transfer with issues that permeate urban planning. In order to compose the bibliographic portfolio of articles, the methodology Methodi Ordinatio was employed in order to qualify and rank the papers according to their scientific relevance. Papers from the last ten years are used as the study framework. Results indicate that the subject, applied to the context of cities, it is little explored and existing studies are predominantly theoretical. This article also contributes by bringing important information on the topics, serving as a guide for future publications.

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TechnologyTransfer; Urban Planning; Literature Review

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