Chapter 3: Public good versus private good research: The empirical evidence
The relationships between public and private research and development investments are investigated. The literature on joint efforts by university researchers and private firms to commercialize academic research is assessed, distinguishing the core elements of research orientation, research productivity, and value creation.
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