A review of the influence of long-term patterns in research and technological development (R&D) formalisation on university-industry links

  • André Luiz de Campos University of Brighton
Palavras-chave: Relação universidade-empresa. P&D.

Resumo

Interest has been growing in the study of the role played by university-industry links in the development and strengthening of economic systems. It is commonly agreed that universityindustry links play a crucial role in the economy, and many studies have examined the factors that influence their occurrence. Two sets of factors can be identified from these studies: demand-side factors (i.e. relating to industry) and supply-side factors (i.e. relating to universities). This paper reviews the literature covering these issues, concentrating on the influence of long-term patterns in R&D formalisation on university-industry links. This is done for selected advanced and late-industrialising countries. The literature reviewed indicated that, in advanced countries, university-industry links become more varied as R&D becomes formalised. In late industrialising countries, university-industry links become more intense as R&D becomes formalised. 

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Biografia do Autor

André Luiz de Campos, University of Brighton
CENTRIM - Centre for Research in Innovation Management, University of Brighton SPRU - Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex and Grupo de Estudos Sociais da Ciência e da Tecnologia, Departamento de Politica de Politica Ciêntifica e Tecnológica - Unicamp.

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2010-12-22
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Campos, A. L. de. (2010). A review of the influence of long-term patterns in research and technological development (R&D) formalisation on university-industry links. Revista Brasileira De Inovação, 9(2), 279-410. https://doi.org/10.20396/rbi.v9i2.8649006
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