Definition of Spin off
1. Verb. Produce as a consequence of something larger.
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Literary usage of Spin off
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1. A Plain English Handbook: How to Create Clear Sec Disclosure Documents edited by Nancy M. Smith (2001)
"Step 2: The Spin-Off Merger. Pursuant to the and conditions set forth in the Spin-Off Merger Agreement, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Motors formed ..."
2. Turning Science Into Business: Patenting and Licensing at Public Research by OECD Staff, Oecd, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (2003)
"One interviewed spin-off (LioniX, see box) was in fact not based on IPR but on a licensing agreement giving the spin-off exclusive, direct access to new ..."
3. OECD Economic Surveys: Hungary by OECD Staff, OECD (2005)
"New rules on university spin-off companies (part of the 2005 Innovation Act): . Universities (and similar institutions) can now set up a spin-off company ..."
4. OECD Economic Surveys: Hungary by OECD Staff (2005)
"New rules on university spin-off companies (part of the 2005 Innovation Act): • Universities (and similar institutions) can now set up a spin-off company ..."
5. Innovation Policy And Performance: A Cross-country Comparison by OECD Staff, Oecd, SourceOECD (Online service) (2005)
"This is primarily related to the comparatively high spin-off rates from the ... Most of the high-technology spin-off firms in Sweden are generated from the ..."
6. Science, Technology and Industry Outlook: Drivers of Growth: Information by OECD (2001)
"European countries are also reporting more public sector spin-off activity. German data indicate the most impressive growth but relative to the United ..."